Hotel Union Geiranger
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Geiranger
Woo hoo, no bags out today, just a day pack. It was off to the Trolls Road for an excursion. A hairy bus ride up the mountainside with 13 hairpin turns on the Eagle Turn Road. Amazing views over the fiord. Accross the lush green countryside split by raging streams. We were onto a ferry boat for a 12 minute trip across another fiord. We were told …
A 778 day. That is, bags out at 7, breakfast at 7 and on the bus at 8. Sometimes Yolande is stubborn and I have to push her out the door at 7 for collection.
Ahh, looking forward to a two night stay tonight.
Well the snow capped mountains are back again. We have climbed the Dovre Mountains. The mountains effectively split the …
... a little village shopping centre, we had a banana on the go and went looking for a supermarket or wine shop. We will be getting into our hotel late and it is likely everything will closed (again) so we wanted to buy a bottle of wine for dinner. Prior to coming on this trip we heard that alcohol was expensive and difficult to get but didn't really appreciate how difficult it would be. It's a very different culture. In restaurants or bars it is 100 kroner for a standard glass or around ...
... the waterway between the two towns is supposedly once of the most beautiful stretches in Norway, with large waterfalls cascading down both sides of the very deep fjord. The only way to get between the towns is to sail, or drive all the way up and over several mountains, past glaciers, and then down on the other side. Cruise ships have devised a system whereby they make a short "technical" call at one of the towns, let passengers off who have ...
... wanted another $30 for a passenger other than the driver. Thus, the only thing to do was hide Laura in the toilet whilst purchasing tickets. Successful stowaway experience number one (sorry Merriss). Geiranger is most likely Norway’s most famous fjord with its steep cliffs the line the waters edge. As touristy as it seemed in brochures the town itself is still small and it is easy enough to escape to our fjord-side free camping nearby.
Day one we hiked to the ...