Hotel Union Geiranger
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... Bend. The Eagle Road’s 11 hairpin bends are carved in the mountain side. From the top you can see the famous waterfalls the Seven Sisters (Peter Comment: this sounds like Route 1 in California and the Durango-Silverton highway in Colorado as engineering feats with great views.
The photos I have in here today are samples of what we will see, plagiarized by searching related Internet sites. They will be replaced during the trip by photos we ...
... From my tent I can see six mountain peaks and eight waterfalls. The roar of the nearest one, whose outflow splits the campsite in half, is enough to drown out the ambient noise of Dutch bikers and families in motorhomes. It's a pretty friendly place though - and perfectly placed for walks. I did a short evening hike up to the top of the waterfall, and the views from there were impressive. Tomorrow I'm going to pack up my troubles (by which I mean a ...
The morning dawned very early-- really & truly the sun never really sets-- as we moored very briefly at Hellsyitt to let 60 people disembark for an all day overland excursion. The ship then headed over to the unbelievably spectacular Geiranger fjord. All the books say that if you can see only one fjord, Geiranger is the one to see. So as we pulled into the far end of the fjord, we joined 4 other medium sized cruise ships!! The fjord was crowded with ships & ...