Euro Oppheim Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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Today is our last day on the ship which is a bit sad. The second week has gone so quickly. Our luggage is out and we have vacated our rooms. We leave the ship this afternoon but rooms have to be cleaned before the next lot come on in Bergen to head north again tonight. Consequently we have a lazy day (again) for our last few hours to Bergen. There have been a lot of different people this week who came on ...
... but they did have an original railway car and some really neat motorcycles that were modified to run on the tracks. I'm still not sure how that worked: what happened when an actual train came along? We were waiting to get on the Flamsbana, which is a one hour ride through the fjord and mountains. It's supposed to be one of the most beautiful train rides in Europe, and while it definitely lived up to the hype, I am sooooo glad we stayed in Flam and experienced ...
Took the light rail into the city - such a sensible idea, as we had seen in Charleston, North Carolina years ago. Walked to cathedral that was shut, then to the harbour, huge fish market just setting up for the day, and the Unesco listed old town (Bryggen), all built of wood. Much of it was burnt down in 1955, but restored some years later. Admired a beautiful 1914 sailing ship on the wharf, looked at numerous ...
... land. It seems mystical, mythical, and above all completely magical. If like me you are a sucker for a mountain scene then you can not help but fall in love with it. You do however pay for the scenic splendour. It is breathtakingly expensive. B and I have been formulating our own mars bar index. A cheese burger at McDonalds is about £6.50. We are not McDonalds eaters but that seems like a ...
... since we weren't parasailing, kayaking, boating, or doing the other adventurous things they offer), we decided to get a earlier train. The guy at the ticket counter said that we didn't even have to get a new ticket, we just had to get on the train and go.
However, there was a still a huge crowd getting on the train. The one nice thing is that they didn't all have a lot of luggage the way the Norway in a Nutshell crew does. At first, we got onto the first car that was ...