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... bus for a ferry, stacked with fellow tourists for a two hour cruise through the narrow, steep sided Naeroyfjord. The steeped sides are either bare rock or wooded by fir trees or clinging vegetation. The fjord is long and topped with ice shelves, from which numerous stunning waterfalls plummet down and spray mist way out from the sides. Amazingly, dotted along the sides, there are occasional tiny villages and farms on any part of the shoreline that will accommodate them. The ...
... 1944 after a construction period lasting 20 years. Eighteen of the lines 20 tunnels, which have a total length of 6km, were built by hand. This branch of the Bergen railway runs from Flåm to Myrdal from an altitude of 2m to 866m above sea level. This means it has a gradient of 1 in 18 making it the steepest normal gauge railway line in Northern Europe. In Flåm we got some hot chips for lunch, then went looking for where to board the train. As we ...
Today was the day we were on the most scenery railway in the world.
To start with the journey by catching train to the station, Gudavagen then get off the station to catch bus to the cruise. We had few minutes to hurry up the transfers to the bus and we had the luggages with us. By the time we caught the bus, it took us through the towns and the valleys. We witnessed few waterfalls. Some waterfalls are flowing nicely, while others ...
... waiters were very dedicated and brought a lot of insight into the restaurant, the food and the wines. We really enjoyed it and I can recommend to everybody if you are in Bergen to book a table there. The view alone makes it
worth the investment.
At 10.30 pm the boat took us back to Bergen Harbor and then we walked back to our
apartment. It was a beautiful day despite the rainy beginning of the day.
... in Myrdal, I asked the head conducter if the train attendants drew straws as to which one of them had to play the "witch"? "Witch? You call my wife a witch?", he exclaimed. We both laughed...
Unfortunately, Myrdal is only a train depot, no town. The cafe was swamped with tour groups, so we found ourselves a comfortable bench to wait the two hours for our connection to Oslo. Luckily, our packs usually contain snacks and wine...we had ...