Euro Oppheim Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up just after 5:30 this morning. We went down at 6 for a pretty quick breakfast then caught a taxi to the train station at 6:30. Our train starts in Bergen so it was already there and we could get onboard. It left on time at 6:51. There were lots of tunnels at the start of the trip but then it opened up for amazing views! The stretch of railway between Bergen and Voss, which was completed in 1893, virtually revolutionised life in the communities along the line, ...
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 ...
106 km - 10600 steps
We woke up rather early in the morning and had a lovely breakfast in the hotel - different service than in most airbnb facilities that we rent. We had to catch the 9 o'clock boat for a tour through the Aurlandfjord and the Naeroyfjord - from Flam to Gudvangen. A tourist trip - lots of Asians on the boat - in two gorgeous legs of a bigger fjord called Sognefjord which is the longest ...
... trails are marked with red "T"s along the way but not always very clear as signage of trail names are few and far between. **KST: Kiwi supermarket is the cheapest in town and easiest to walk to. There are other options but longer to get to without a car. The Voss Camping ground is lakeside, 5 min slow walk from town centre and has excellent facilities - kitchen with hot plates, dish washing equipment, clean toilet and shower (NOK10 for 4min hot shower). **KST: The ...
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 ...