Thon Hotel Vettre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 228;ttan. We'd managed to get late deal on a decent hotel that was meant to have a good restaurant and if the prices weren't too steep we'd decided to treat ourselves to dinner as we'd lucked out on Tromsø. Had a steady journey and didn't see much of interest, we took a slight detour to check out an aqueduct, but it was only just worth the detour and the detour was only eight miles. We arrived, checked in, checked the menu, it looked like dinner was a goer. Sunday March ...
... I need it, but still nice to know I have the option), locker room, and my favorite: pamphlets! I love going to a city I know almost nothing about and reading all the pamphlets for fun things to do (works every time). After a long exhausting day it was nap time. A short nap later we headed out for mass (only 30 min long...) and dinner. From there we dropped by the hostel before heading out to the icebar. It was pretty cool...literally. You walk into this place that basically ...
... covered - if you know what I mean - except for the bronze statue of Pan, located in the main mall/boulevard. He was something! Had a coffee and sandwich at Wayne's Coffee house then continued on to the Town Hall, the Opera House and The Fortress. All the while taking in the local colour and vibe. Had a shower or two but it was really just an inconvenience more than ...
... on the belt !
We go to the upper floor, and drop our luggage for the next flight to Longyearbyen. There will be a technical stop at Tromsų.
We finally find some place to get sandwiches, yoghurt and waffles :) The waitress even speaks a bit of French !
While we wait, O. makes some tests with our new GoPro camera.
We finally go to the gate and board the B737 heading to Longyearbyen via ...
... up to me, and I figured that the extra time in the saddle was a small price to pay for an experience for which we might never get another opportunity. The road up to Stegastein was this tiny one-lane mountain road filled with caravans and RV's all pushing past, and the wet meant that I had to take it really easy but once we got there Jess conceded it was worth the detour. There was a timber and steel structure that allowed you to walk out well beyond the edge of ...