Grand Hotel Bellevue
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... we reached the ferry crossing which led to the Atlantic road through a toll charge of a tenner. The road is a world heritage road because of the amazing constructions but quite frankly it was a bit disappointing, good to have done but not that exciting, we saw better bridges up north. But we have done it and the one famous bridge we went over was impressive with the Atlantic crossing it on both sides. Back to the ...
... high cliffs making for some wonderful photography. Its only when looking down to the valley below and seeing the tiny roadway that one realises just how massive these cliffs really are. From a distance the waterfalls don't look that large until one sees a bus parked up at one of the many view points of these falls. This whole gorge and area is known as "Trollstigen".
Finally after many stops and photos I continue to head North and eventually come across a wonderful ...
... was set for the evening ahead but as we started our exquisitely prepared meal, beautifully served in the lovely restaurant all that preparation hadn't quite kicked in and sadly we had to abandon our meal half way through, but not before listening to the Captains announcement that for safety reasons he would ask that all passengers retire to their cabins at 11.00pm as the adverse weather was going to peak with 65 knot winds and over 8 metres swell.
It wasn't long ...
The gift of the home made present is a popular item in Norway, and it usually leaves the receiver with something tasty for the belly. One of the gifts that Emma and Vegard received included a box of home made snickers bar. It tasted amazing! <b>Snickers bar </b> Ingredients 5dl light syrup 2dl castor sugar 2dl coconut 2 jars peanut butter 1.5 ? Cornflakes 2-300g peanuts 4 tbs soy oil 200g ...
... Oh and I think the nightclub open at 11pm and close at 3am. I know that it's constantly in the press at home about ways to control alcohol fuelled violence, so I found these laws interesting. I've also decided that being foreign minister would be an awesome job. It's exciting to learn how other countries work and then to compare how we've done it at home. Is our way better? What results are they getting that we're not? Could we learn something To bring back? I've ...