Rica Hotel Scandinavie
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Ticket was 74K ($15) and we stopped again at 'Hell' station, so I can rightly say "I went to Hell and back"!! I arrived at the airport 7.45 after leaving Trondheim 7.10am.
Flight times would be 35mins each to Alesund and then Bergen. The flight was continuing ...
... is built into the side of the river, packed with people because of today's heat, on past Crossfit Oslo for those of you with this persuasion, (we don't go in!) and continue on down river past Jerusalem Bridge till we get to Christian's mothers (Kori) house or rather apartment. It is located in a lovely part of town, old industrial once again, and overlooks the river and parkland with a nice balcony to sit on and enjoy the world outside. Kori (mum) is just about to come home so we ...
... WW2, as most of the military combat took place at sea, Alesund was described as 'Little London' because so many managed to escape to England from here.
The little road train took us to the top of Mount Aksla where we had plenty of time to take photographs of the amazing views over Alesund. I zoomed in on the coloured houses and when I saw the photo on the iPad I thought yes, a good jigsaw puzzle for David, so will organise that when I get ...
Saturday was a very relaxing day spent doing not a lot. Went to a seminar on the Aurora by Prof David Southwood from Imperial College London and something important in the ESA. If we don't see the lights in the flesh, we saw a fab video! You don't want to hear about the rest of our day in too much detail. In brief, Sim beat Rob at ...
... by bridges and tunnels. First stop was the town church which is surprisingly ornate for a Scandinavian church. Then a walk round the main canal area and across the bridge to the town park where there is a statue of Rollo a Viking who became Duke of Normandy and was a forebear of William the Conqueror. We found free wifi in a park area on the quayside so caught up on email then back onboard for a lazy afternoon reading and ...