Comfort Hotel Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... in colour the danced through the sky almost like ribbons in the wind, we went to bed satisfied that we can say "we saw the lights" there will be more opportunities as we travel further up the coast as long as we have clear skies.
My skills in taking photos of the lights need a lot of work I followed all the instructions they give for the settings required on your camera only to see about 20 completely black photos, better luck next time.
After leaving the wharf district I went to visit the Cathedral which the town is famous for. The Cathedral didn't open till 11am which is why I planned other things first.
A combo ticket was 140K ($28) for the Cathedral, Museum, ...
... old part of the city, at the colorful houses along the Nidelva river. Unfortunately we did not get the chance. Bob carried my big camera and lens in vain :-(
Back on the ship. Had lunch which was a nice buffet. Then we came back to the room to relax. Tomorrow we have the Svartisen glacier excursion which will be for 6 hours starting from 8:30am. I'm exhausted and could use the rest today.
Slept for probably 2 hours. Did laundry. Attended a 5pm information ...
... The city was the first capital of Norway, from 997 to 1380, and still is the city where Kings receive their ceremonial blessing.
We walked to the main square, Torvet, with a towering statue of St. Olav Tryggvason. We continued our walk past the Royal Residence which is the largest wooden mansion originally built as a private residence,1774-78, in Scandinavia.
We walked to the Nidaros Cathedral and followed a suggested walk route ...
Here Andy and his daughter Lauren were already sitting scoffing their mouths with food and so I joined them.
Just sitting eating and here we see a singing party come marching into the dining room singing some lalala song that just about any young toddler could sing. It was total crapand everyone in the dining room was trying not to laugh. They really sounded like a bunch of squatters that had simply been gathered in from the street and asked ...