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- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travel Blogs from Geiranger
Getting into the cruising way, arriving a new place everyday to go and explore, yummy food and everything easy and accessible on board its so easy! An early start to see the sun rise over the steep sided fjords dotted with waterfalls. This is where the balcony is nice leaving Rich in bed!! Coffee & biscuit and I'm pretty much the only one looking out to start off with. A tender exit organized with ...
... excellent flute player whom we have seen on other cruises. He plays a variety of music and we really enjoyed the show.
We were to lose another hour overnight before we arrived in Norway, so we tried to go to sleep at 11:00, which was actually midnight. With the time change we both had trouble getting to sleep. We got up at 7:30 AM just as we were passing the "Suitor" (or "Bachelor") waterfall which is located directly across from the famous Seven Sisters ...
... this afternoon as I am sure it will be amazing. It was far too early to see the arrival this morning.
Back to the ship and Pete and I feel a bit lost without the kids. I am sure the gym will save me this afternoon.
After lunch we checked on the boys and found that Noah was not feeling well, I think he is a little constipated (sorry Noah, a gene inherited from your Mother). Took Noah with us but there was no way Wes was leaving too.
... home. A quick change at home and we were off again back into town to look for some bargains. Then back up the million steps that follow the river back up the hill to our hotel.
We had a formal dinner. It commenced with drinks in the private room displaying the collection of vintage cars that the hotel owner has been collection for over 30 years. A thank you from our tour director and a thank you to our driver.
... hairpin road to the summit of Mount Dalsnibba, offering a spectacular view of the Geirangerfjord far below and the magnificent mountain peaks all around. From the summit, 5,000 feet above sea level, you will drive back down the same road, stopping at the Flydal viewpoint so you can take a photograph of your ship far down on the fjord. Back at sea level you will continue to the North side of the fjord to drive up the Eagle Road to the famous viewpoint at ...