Grande Fjord Hotel
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... wasn’t too bad although we eneded up sitting with a skanky family who’s kids had unwashed faces and tangled hair. Nice!! Not your usual cruisers!! Give me oldies any day!! Off exploring saw us reach the waterfall spotted from a far. A grab and go lunch picnic half way up was a nice
A fab sail away party which made the scenery even more dramatic topped off by the special of the day, ...
... Geiranger fjord.
I had bought tickets online before we left home for the Geiranger Fjordservice RIB/Mountain Combo tour beginning at 12:30 PM. The tour included both the Mountain Highlight Bus tour to Mt. Dalsnibba and a RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) Highlight Tour. With the relatively late start for the tour, we had lots of time for breakfast and tendering in to Geiranger. I even had enough time in Geiranger to find the Norwegian flag my son wanted before the ...
... shot at the gym.
Wes collection and then a window spot to view our departure from the magnificent fjords and spectacular snow-capped mountains and cliffs.
An early, early Panini dinner at the Park Café and then back into our cabin. The boys were asleep by 6pm.
Pete and I watched a wonderful (although emotional) movie called the Women in Gold. I actually watched it twice as it was so good and we had so much time before an adult ...
... place out in the middle of nowhere. There were a number of trolls, troll bridges and buildings with sod roofs. It was 12 degrees, no wind and bright sunlight, it was difficult to get back on the bus.
We had a few more photo stops. One at a raging water fall and the next at a snow field which had a huge amount of pack ice. Some of the ice made it down the front of Yolande's shirt. It wasn't long after that that more found it's way down the back of my pants. Some one can't ...
A bit overcast today as we head to Geiranger. It's a big drive again but today we will also need to catch a ferry as part of the road isn't opened for the season yet. Which at the time I thought they were being a bit melodramatic as the weather had been so fine. However, when we got to the fork in the road where we would have normally turned off you could see an avalanche and the road completely under snow.
Out into the countryside the landscape had changed dramatically ...