Grand Hotel Bellevue
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A very scenic day today touring around the Andalsnes area. First attraction was the Trolls Pass, a very windy road which curves its way up through the mountains. It was quite a slow trip up due to the steepness of the road and sharpness of the curves but well worth the trip. At the top there was heaps of snow with no sign of it melting.
After a short ferry crossing with made our way to the town of Gerainger, where we boarded ...
... but luckily everything stayed put. Overall we were third fasted of all the groups so not a bad result.
Our end destination for today was Andalsnes, a small Norwegian town surrounded by mountains. As we approached Andalsnes snow began to appear at the top of the mountains, and streams running along the side of the road ran with crystal clear alpine water. A very nice surrounding to spend the next two nights in.
Today was about driving the Atlantic road, So the breakfast was excellent and as we had a room with a bathroom and hair dryer I washed and blow dried my hair, pure luxury - although 10 mins on the bike and I might as well have not bothered. Anyway not too many miles today about 250 and the weather was great so we set off. We drove for about 2 hours with the boys playing and us scraping bits of the bike I didn't think ...
... This town appears to be quite a tourist attraction and is filled with wonderful Norwegian styled hotels with roof balcony's etc although with the weather as it is today I cannot imagine sitting having breakfast on any balcony today.
After filling my fuel tank I head off along the no15 road and head for the village of Grotli and was planning to take the rather scenic 258 road which passes through all the ski resorts etc but as I approached the turning there were sings ...
... care when moving around the ship. We were enjoying our usual pre-dinner drink and watched as quite a few cabin-service meals were being carried high above their heads on trays by the waiters, no doubt for those passengers who perhaps were a little unsteady on their feet.
We had booked for the East to West Asian style restaurant this evening and as we entered the restaurant the ship was certainly moving around as were we! With motion sickness bands and a dose of ...