Rica Grand Hotel Tromso
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the fire some more. At 7.30 the tent door was pulled open at the lady came in with coffee I said morning but I don't think she heard and then looked at us and I was just laying there wide eyes looking at her waiting for her to respond to my good morning- I think she must of just thought we were both freezing and had had an awful nights sleep she lit the fire some more and then said it was too cold and for us to come into their house for breakfast. We'd actually had a good ...
... a great performance by comedy magician Steve Price. Then we went up to do the quiz with M & M in the Lido Lounge. The questions were quite hard, which was reflected by the fact that the winners only scored 15/20. We got a poor 12/20 – the worst we’ve done.
Tonight we didn’t stay too long and didn’t have too much of the (free!) booze. We were back in our cabin by 11.00pm, where we read a bit before settling down for the ...
... 8216;myself’ and ‘yourself’ instead of ‘me’ and ‘you’. As in “… for those of you who haven’t already met myself…” Aargh! Appalling English.
After the presentation we had a spot of lunch, then braved the cold to go out on deck and watch the Boudicca manœvring her way into Tromsų, the principal town of northern Norway. Tromsų is a lovely, picturesque town actually situated on an ...
The next stop is in the middle of nowhere, and it's freezing. My friend is so cold that we turn back closer to the coach to take some more photos... and once again I make the mistake of not focusing on infinity, still fine. we got X-file style pics to show, and another great display.
I“m happy but I want more. Back inside we drive to a beach and the lights are coming out as soon as we arrive.
... from what I've heard it's a renowned party city - it has more pubs per capita than any other Norwegian town, and residents seem to spend the long daylight hours throughout the summer making up for the long, dark arctic winter. Its residents are keen skiers (being Norwegian and everything) and in the winter a cross country skiing route runs through the heart of the city. When I arrived, late on a Monday afternoon, the shops had closed, but the streets were busy with ...