Rica Hotel Grimstad
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... them, wait a minute they weren't trucks, they were snowplough's! Three of em, one on the left, one on the right, and one in the middle, clearing the road just for me. This was more like it, they may have only been doing 30mph but I'd happily follow them all day - they turned off. Damn. We were back to two clear tracks and slush but there was quite a bit of traffic and we were tramming on and doing a good 50mph. Suddenly there were blue flashing lights ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Once again, Per lead the way and we just followed as best we could although the very narrow winding old coastal roads are a real challenge....at one stage we had to stop and creep past another camper coming the other way. I couldn't see how much room he had (it wasn't bloody much) but I only had 30mm from my mirror to the side of his van, and the same 30mm to the rock ...
... away and the
lights etc were all working but as for trains nothing has passed through here in
a long time. Every track through the station was rusty which indicates no train
has worked over these lines in a long time, however all the signals etc were
still lit and unfortunately showing red aspects. On the main door to the station
was a letter written in Norwegian of course and to what I could understand the
station closed in 2004.
After a good ...
So another day at sea today. Woke up to lovely weather enabling us to be outside in the sunshine. As we were on the ship all day I had 30 minutes on the exercise bike then went and listened to a lecture by our friend Stephen the Major General on the Cold War. Whilst I was doing this Jane played that traditional cruise game, quoits. After lunch we went through an area of the Baltic Sea called the Belts and beneath a huge suspension bridge that links the Danish ...
... old fishing village of which Norway is blessed with literally thousands, and each one is as just as cute as they come.
It would seem that they all came out of the same packet, and I guess that is a factor of the coastline with probably thousands of little bays and inlets that were carved-out by the glacial action a squillion years ago.... And they all became little fishing villages since the fishing industry was a mainstay of Norway's ...