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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... I haven't visited.
This detail of architecture is not something Norway is known for. Nor is Trondheim on the tourist route so most don't visit, although this was a medieval pilgrim route across Scandinavia to this regional significant church.
... 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 ...
... us past the Archbishop Museum and Royal Regalia to a walkway along the Nidelva River. We crossed a pedestrian bridge to the walkway along the other side of the river.
We continued to the area called Bakklandet with many 19th and 20th century wooden wharf buildings that have been converted to boutiques and restaurants. I tried out the trampe, or "cyclo cable," which is a bicycle lift to take bikers up the hill.
We walked across the ...
... hygiene in the besieged fortress.
There are still cannons on the ramparts and it looked as though the army (or Reserves) were preparing to fire them. We asked if it was to commemorate D-Day and were clearly told No, it was their annual celebration of Norway’s independence from Sweden which was granted on 7 June 1905. We have never before been so close to a 21-gun salute – it is ...
... enough time to make it to a town called Hell. No joke. At first our Eurail app led us astray and we were not sure this stop really existed. We got off a stop early by mistake and had to pass time in the nearby airport before the next train showed up.
Hell is a super cute small village. We had about an hour to walk around until our train back to Trondheim. We walked along a small road, under an overpass and watched the ...