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... the centre of the city are the Seven Mountains, although there is disagreement as to which of the nine mountains constitute these. Ulriken, Fløyen, Løvstakken and Damsgårdsfjellet are always included as well as three of Lyderhorn, Sandviksfjellet, Blåmanen, Rundemanen, Kolbeinsvarden. Gullfjellet is the highest mountain in Bergen, at 987 metres (3,238 ft) above mean sea level. Bryggen (Norwegian for the ...
... and St Petersburg before arriving in Norway. He had no problems in Russia and took advantage of a new Visa-free entry that has been introduced which allows you to enter Russia without a visa for no longer than 72 hours as long as you arrive by ferry, such as from Tallinn or Helsinki, and book through a travel agent. It sounds like David could've lived his dream after all, and without much hassle, but I still say it was better to be safe than sorry. We may have just done ...
... area and we see huge liners in the harbour ..two and three at a time. But we relish the fact our tour actually entered fjords and came up close and personal with remote communities where large cruise liners just swept the coast unable to enter due to their size. Bergen is built right on a natural harbour of a fjord and between seven mountains. It is a pretty city and easy to get around. We walked the streets and discovered little alleyways lined ...
... Bergensbanen's journey from Oslo to Bergen, and will be followed up this year with a programme about knitting a jumper, starting with the shearing of the sheep (gosh, Norwegians love knitting). It's been surprisingly popular (BA have even started screening the Bergensbanen programme on their long haul flights, although it's hardly competition for their most popular entertainment - "how many millimetres has my plane moved on the map in ...
... the boat. The weather however, decided for us. A storm hit pretty soon and didn't really go away for the rest of the day. So we spent the day planning instead and we both finally booked or flights home. It was a productive day.
Not sure if it's a Norwegian thing, a Bergen thug or a Lars thing but we had lunch at 6pm and dinner around 11pm that day. We didn't really mind too much since both meals were yummy. Sverre made his (or rather Jo's) chicken sandwiches ...