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TravelPod Member ReviewsFretheim Hotel Flåm
Stay in this cute, haunted hotel for the history. Comfortable rooms. Great service. Food is expensive but there are other food options very close by, including a grocery.
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... road straighened up somewhat and we were able to make some really good time. Still we got to the ferry dock at 5:00. Great. The ferry leaves at 5:25 only not from Flåm, but from Gudvanger! A 20minute taxi ride away, only there were no taxis around and we'd never make it in time. So we took the 6:00 ferry here and will just put up our feet or something until 12:20 tomorrow, when the boat will finally
... don't really understand how there's so much snow out there when it's 70 degrees during the day, but then again we don't know all that much about snow in Florida :) When we finally got into Oslo it was almost 11pm, but the sky was still bright. I wonder if their crime rate plummets in the summer and skyrockets in the winter? I have no idea but I'm guessing that kind of thing is tied to daylight hours. Anyways, I am very happy to report that we did NOT get lost in ...
... swell as cruise ships and fjord boats arrive daily for tourists to cruise the fjords and ride the 20 km world heritage listed Flamsbana Railway to Myrdal. It was fascinating to sit in the glassed walled lounge of the hotel and watch this daily procession.
Our one night stay at the Fretheim Hotel was enjoyable – although I think Trevor nearly had a heart attack when we dined in ...
... clothes and sleeping bags into our kayaks and the spreading all the other equipment, food and water amongst ourselves. Going against the norm and what the two other couples on the trip were doing, Mieke and I decided to each have our own kayak. After a brief introduction on kayaking and general safety measures, we paddled out onto the Aurlandsfjord by 12:00. The first few strokes felt a bit wobbly, but we quickly got the hang of it. The first half of ...
... another town of even less people, and more goats!) where we got to sample several varieties of goat cheese, bear meat, and local fruit juices. What an amazing opportunity!! We also saw there, the smallest operational stave church in Scandinavia. When we arrived back in flam, the grocery store was closed, however our hostel was serving up authentic norwegian fare for a fairly reasonable price (for norwegian standards hahah). What a great day in ...