Rica Grand Hotel Tromso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Woke up happy, and after breakfast and a lot of coffee we decided to walk up the bridge to the other side where the artic cathedral is.
The artic cathedral from this side is already spectacular, and I keep thinking how awesome it would be to return during the midnight sun season to watach a concert in it.
So yes, we decided to walk. It was windy and all but the bridge is not long and I miss ...
... opportunities for shots, and to breathe the cold air, and feel the magnificent views. To feel small in the scenario, and yet part of it.
On our way back to another tea in Solid, We stopped at the tour operator's office (Northern shots tour) to book our tour. The lady told us it would start at 6.30.
So we had plenty of time to buy extra food and change to warmer garments.
I had ...
... and chugged Brynhildr (who now had 4 dashboard lights flashing at me, and was struggling again) to the scrapyard. Gave her a hug and congratulated her on the 4, 250 miles we'd covered together since London.
Fortunately had just enough kroner to get from the scrapyard to the airport, smugly walked on the bus and handed over my 28 kroner fare and generously added my spare 1 kroner as a tip. "45 kroner please". "Gah?" "45 kroner please?!", "but the tourist office said 28". ...
... starting to rains dee were at less ya hour from civilisation. What on earth had I booked. For 2 pins we would have turned around bCk to tromso but there was an Olympic chess tournament I tromso so there were no rooms anywhere at under £200 and we had to pay for this anyway so we stayed. So the time is currently 22:00 and Pete went out about an hour and a half ago to get fuel and see if he could get some food but has yet to return.... Meanwhile I am in a ...
... traveled through the fjord. In the afternoon we went to see “Lone Survivor”, a movie starring Mark Wahlberg. Based on a true story about Navy Seals in Afghanistan, it was extremely violent and hard to watch. It was a formal night so we had to dress for dinner and Karl actually didn’t complain much. J After dinner we skipped the show, but went to see the ventriloquist, Mark Merchant. He had three characters – a black man, ...