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... A lot ALS left the ship in Kirkenes. We have found another Australian couple from Myrtleford. We've got to know another American couple from North Carolina. The two American Norwegian women got on again for a couple of nights then left in Trondheim yesterday. They were a lot of fun. A lot of people got on at Trondheim and are just sleeping in the chairs on the ship. They only have small backpacks ...
... French, and Americans all battered at our castle walls and were repulsed by strategically placed backpacks and extended legs...our own private Idaho! Once again the weather was very pleasant and the crowds really weren't that bad.
Arriving in Flam, we orient ourselves as to the location of our Hotel, the railway station and most importantly, the brew pub. You can smell the roasting hops from the time you exit the ferry. The Norwegian ...
... tenders then walked to the medieval Bergenhus fortress and the Renaissance Rosenkrantz Tower, a fortified tower from 1560s. Then we took the Floibanen funicular railway up Mt. Floyen, 320 metres for fabulous views of city, harbour and adjoining fjords. Definitely a lovely city we would have liked to have seen more of. Warm and sunny by lunchtime. Back to camp, then drove to Troldhaugen, home of Edvard Grieg ...
... a lot. A pizza in a restaurant ranges from £15 if your lucky for a plain margarita, to a more average £26. To eat one main meal from another restaurant you are looking at £30-£45.........I guess we won't be dining out in this country then. So onto the everyday luxury, a coffee from a shop........nearly £6.00 for a cappuccino......no more coffees out ...
... hour to snake its way 20 kilometres down the steep mountain cliffs, stopping at the especially beautiful spots to allow passengers to disembark and snap photos. By the time we reached the bottom it was raining lightly.
In Flåm we took a Fjord Safari tour out to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Nærøfjord, the narrowest arm of the Sognefjord, one of the world’s longest and deepest fjords. Our guide was great, ...