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... in to stretch our legs, a bit cold but not unbearable. Decided to eat in the restaurant at the motel tonight - good decision, both of us had a wonderful steak, cooked to perfection. The scenery today took on a totally different look to our trip up to Alesund as we could see a good deal further and the rain was not making it difficult. The mountains were clear and the snow ...
... sofas and a delicious aroma of reindeer strew wafted through the restaurant. We stopped for coffee and cake. And found out that there is a Harry potter connection to grotti - not googled it yet as the information was in norweign so I am not sure what it was about. Also how about this for a story too 27th April 1940 a British fighter plane shot down a German one but then developed engine failure and had to ditch. ...
... whenever it suits them. We almost hit a group of sheep when they came out of nothing rossing the street just in front of us.
The descend brought us into Olden, a small village that is at the front of one of the bigger gletsjers of Norway. Tonight we are staying in a motel type of place along the border of the fjord.
It is 8.30 pm at this moment and we are sitting outside overlooking the fjord, On our ...
... to the glacier and the last bus back was quite early, leaving little time at the glacier itself. Since my parent's trip hadn't left yet, I decided to meet them and see if there was room. By chance, the 2 buses to carry 36 people were short 2 seats so they called to get a private car for the extra two, leaving a seat for me! I am so glad that I got to go on this tour. We drove ...
... The road wound round the mountain a few more times and we witnessed the scene again and again but each time at a lower level until the bus finally pulled into Geiranger, a small village of only about 250 people but the third biggest cruise ship port in Norway and named the best travel destination in Scandinavia by Lonely Planet.
There we boarded a ferry and cruised along this magnificent fjord, a world heritage ...