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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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... 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
... we walked into Mom and Dad's room and it was the master suite with full balcony (outside door!! fresh air!!), 2 bathrooms, living room and bar. The window covered half the width of the ship and you could see almost 180 when looking over the balcony. A chilled bottle of champagne, fruit basket and bottomless coffee mugs were awaiting their arrival. ...
... delinquents here in the 11920s, which was the. Adopted as a POW camp by the Germans inWW2, used I think primarily as a sorting house for prisoners before they got moved to other camps like Belsen, grind etc. It then became a labour camp and back to being a school. Now it is a conference centre and museum concentrating on human rights, particularly for women. There were an awful lots of exhibits and it was quite moving, even though a lot of it was on Norweign. On arrival ...
... where we picked up a Guide to Trondheim which we used to plot our days.
Today we walked along the Nidelva River, taking in the Old Town Bridge, different views of the Cathedral and the Bakklandet district, which mainly comprises picturesque 19th & 20th century wooden houses that look to now be in a valued part of town. Some are now shops or restaurants while many are ...
This is dedicated to St Olaf and its origins are in a shrine built over his grave. In the medieval era, the first large church was built in his honour in the Romanesque style but in the 1600s this was rebuilt after a fire had destroyed much of it. It was remodelled in the Gothic style. In the 19th century more renovations occurred and at this time the magnificent stained glass windows and huge rose window were added. The cathedral ...