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... While that makes for an exciting game of listening to accents and guessing "what part of the U.S. is he/she from?", it does make you feel isolated from a city.
Bergen. The funicular ($10/person round-trip) is fun and makes the climb
quick/easy but you can also hike up. I even saw two guys who biked to
the top (and it's a pretty steep climb)!
... green valleys and snow peaks. We were sitting opposite a local lady who worked as a window dresser, whose English was excellent and who enjoyed talking to us and explaining lots of local things, including which side of the train to sit when.
At Myrdal we changed trains and went back the other way and commenced the unbelievably steep line to Flam. It takes an hour to go 20 kilometres and stops at a couple of stations ...
... of my little emergency snow shovel. Half an hour later we'd made a track, and after a couple of attempts managed to reverse into the middle of the main road and we were on our way. Amazing what a difference a bit of height makes, we'd been at 650 metres above sea level when we set off, quarter of hour later we were down to 300 metres and there wasn't a snowflake in sight. But there was a waterfall, not any old waterfall but the Latefossen Double Bubble Waterfall. It was quite ...
... were the main option!
We arrived in Bergen and spent 2 days looking around this beautiful city...once again the weather was great
Today we have been on the train, bus and boat on heck of a scenery overload! A very small village called Flam is our home for the night. We are in a beautiful hotel between a mountain and a lake...not bad eh!!
So, maybe one more instalment of this little adventure before departing for home....more from Copenhagen!
... market towns that dominated trade along the coast of Northern Europe. The League was created to protect economic interests and diplomatic privileges in the cities and countries and along the trade routes the merchants visited.
The current Bryggen area is actually a reconstruction from the first decade of the 1700s – Bergen as a city burned completely to the ground (except the masonry church buildings) in 1702. Being on the harbor, the building are built ...