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Arrived about 7am. Very noisey winches ropes. Woke us up so got up to look at the beautiful view. A tiny wee end on the fjord town of 500 soon to be overrun with tourists. Our ship plus another then bus loads of tours from Bergen. All to take the famous Flam train ride up the mountain. Only lasting an hour return it apparently takes in stunning high scenery. Trouble is the cost ...
... than an hour, and we hopped on without more than a glance from the officers. It took a little over two hours to get through the fjords and into the tiny town of Flam, and I had to force myself to put the camera away about half way through. The sun was high and the sky was a piercing blue. Every few feet the view of the fjords changed, and every ten feet I'd take a picture. Now I've got to go back and delete 90% of them because they all look the same :) The boat ...
... in Flam overlooking the fjord and wondering if our bags will make it to Oslo. We paid to have them portered to our hotel so as not to carry them on 3 trains, a ferry and a bus. If it doesn't work Mark has experience in surviving with minimal underwear.
So as not to get too sedentary, we had the 4 km walk around the valley before collapsing in the hotel.
Tomorrow for a change it's a couple of train trips and a late arrival in Oslo.
... have ended up needing a taxi or something to get there. Fortunately, the hotel they give you through Norway in a Nutshell is the hotel that is located right at the train station.
It is a historic hotel, and is very ornately decorated, although you can tell it's old. We weren't staying in that part though. We had a "cabin apartment" that is actually right across a little street from the main part of the hotel. The cabin apartments are right on the lake, ...
... deafening and then suddenly some enchanting music begins and from behind a rock a female dancer/troll emerges and performs an enticing dance to lure away the menfolk. Lovely fairy tale but it added to the trip. When we reached our stop we all made our way to an hotel where we were served tea/coffee with waffles (what you call. Naughty but nice, actually very nice). After the refreshments we headed off (all of 3 minutes walk) to see ...