Comfort Hotel Trondheim
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Everything was perfect, no problems whar so ever. Big pluss was than since I was leaving very early ,there was an option of getting breakfast to go.
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... an Army museum with a very good display about the WW2 and the Norwegian resistance - and that was free.
We eventually caught the bus back to the very nice campsite and found it would cost about £24 a night with free showers and electricity included - very cheap for ...
... with the clear weather, blue skies, and local vegetation
Tired from my long walk here and having not had lunch I wanted to head back to town. As I entered the main building with the café surprisingly there was a whole other indoor museum I didn't even know about
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... but have no idea what they are called. I also thought we were seeing less of the beautiful fire weed at the side of the road until I realised that they had all seeded and we rode through a snowstorm of seeds - almost like dandelion clocks, heaven hell you if you have half ever, there were literally clouds of seeds and you could see the in the air to the left for right of the road. After about 30 minutes we saw a magnificent white tailed sea eagle perched on a tree stump, ...
A cold wet day greeted us when we had to tender from the ship. And the rain began in earnest when we landed, 60 to a boat. All of us trudged up a hill and straight into a church, a dry and warm church where we could sit and examine a map and gain our bearings. Then it was off to downtown. Those with a sense of direction went the appropriate way while others went off in other ...