Hamresanden Apartments Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had a branch as a walking stick, which I found very helpful. The rock hopping on the way back was much harder than on the way up. BUT, the views at the top were worth it all. We spent about an hour on the flat rock platform called Pulpit Rock, with heaps of other people. We had our lunch up there, & just took in the view. Definitely something I will always remember. I expected to be sore the next day,because I definitely was stiff that afternoon, ...
... circumstances. Enough said but it does give an insight into why we do look forward to being at anchor or indeed, even at home!
After writing and uploading yesterday’s blog, we set off in search of an ATM as we had no Norwegian currency. We think we had some somewhere on the boat from last year but I’m blowed if we can find it. We were also curious to find out what the fabled prices were actually like here in Norway but in this we were a ...
... I hastened on deck, worried that the wind had changed and that the fenders weren’t doing their job. Actually they were, but were being half lifted out between the pontoon and the hull but when the hull moved away with the swell, they fell back. I decided on a belts & braces approach by tying a fender to the pontoon itself which should act as a backup and finally, tied another spring to the midship cleat, giving additional insurance should the ...
... accommodation for the night. The scenery had been pretty good and we'd stopped several times on the way so I didn't crash the car while I was trying to take it all in. Couldn't capture it on the photos though, they look a bit like some of the photos Amanda's taken of me, instead of looking moody and rugged it just looked drab.
Sunday March 1st
And so for another 2.6666 hour drive. Ended up going a bit over on this one though, as we ran ...
... common concerns, elect leadership, and decide policy. This assembly called the Althing, met two weeks out of the year, but enabled Icelanders to form a loose federation of tribes that benefited everyone. A law code and judicial system followed.
With the introduction of Christianity, bishoprics and monasteries were established followed by schools. It was during this early period that the Sagas were written. Out of ...