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... path, 10 km to the campground where we met another German Family with their young son, completing a 3 week cycle tour of Norway. Although the campground was not flash by any means, the camping area tucked in behind the motel apartments which were also available, it provided an inexpensive alternative to the very pricey Bergen Hotels. The Campground too was only a 10km cycle to the airport. We spent an enjoyable evening swapping cycle touring stories with the ...
... we exited to the tunnel, we felt nice breeze drawn in the tunnel - we went "aaah, hold on just stand here" so lovely to cool us down. Then we walked to to the Bryggen area. Bryggen is famous for those buildings (warehouses). Let me explain a bit about Bryggen.
Bryggen is Norwegian word for wharf. Those buildings are actually warehouses from 1100 AD. Bergen was established in 1070 AD. The wharf was important part of Bergen for trading by merchants such as fishes ...
... were arriving for cruises but a dog had spilt rubbish over the wharf. We packed and sat in the foyer and watched BBC world news while we waited for our bus. The Flybussen cost 90 kroner and was busy with passengers. The airport was very busy and overloaded with passengers but everyone kept their cool. We were sent to Gate 20A but we could only find Gate 20 and it was closed for another departing flight. We had a pleasant sushi and cheese baguette ...
... all the way down the side of it looking straight into natural forest and the performers sit in front of a large glass window looking of the composing hut and fjords, it was beautiful. Our last day in. Bergen was entirely spent travelling to Oslo. The railway between Bergen and Oslo is famous for being the 'second most spectacular rail journey in the world' (after the trans-Siberian). It takes seven hours (which when you are seven months pregnant ...
to Langesund in Norway. The journey is 4.5 hours long & cost us £30. Our destination later on is Valle, which
apparently is about another 120 miles away, along winding roads - looking
forward to those.
Last night we did our good deed & fed 4
others, Sarah, John, Racquel & Steve (who we nicknamed Bob to save
confusion) They had car trouble (lotus) and hadn't been able to get food. We
ended up ...