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... Valldal areas we saw fields full of ripe strawberries being picked. Stein told us that most of the fieldworkers came from Poland. We made our first stop at the impressive Gudbrandsjuvet Gorge. In addition to being a much welcomed rest and comfort stop, the waterfall and the gorge were very scenic. They also had a very interesting welded steel overlook and walkway to the upper parking lot. There was a young lady dressed in strawberry outfit selling strawberries in the parking ...
... 5 in centre Network of tunnels under sea Athletics stadium & football stadium 46,000 people - county 250,000 - city 26,000 5million tool in Norway Sailing popular 62 parallel - temperatures + 20 degrees in summer & -5 degrees in winter - average - more temperate on coast - all harbours ice free in winter Outdoor & indoor museum - outside there is a village set up with old houses with grass roofs that have been moved from mountains. There is a house for horses, ...
... tourists…the guide spoke better English than you, they are not going to change the grade of the tour, the grade is based on people who can actually walk, the time allocated is the time allocated, sorry the bus is not to your first class standard, first world bloody problems….rant over.
Don’t get me started on some of the comments we have heard on the ship, I seriously think some people have left there IQ and manners at home (and we all know I am not ...
... to the Dalsnibba and continued onwards..
As we approached the Geiranger Fjord, there was a lookout where many promotional pictures of the fjord have been taken. The blue water of the fjord could be seen, and the green steep mountain sides, but it was through a ...
... consecration of the King of Norway. It was built from 1070 to 1300, and designated as the cathedral for the Diocese of Nidaros in 1152. After the Protestant Reformation, it was taken from the Roman Catholics by the Lutheran Church in 1537. It is the northernmost medieval cathedral in the world. A very beautiful building! Next we crossed the old city bridge with its red gateway, known to the locals as "the portal of happiness", and entered the area ...