Hotel Union Geiranger
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... 1938. We enjoyed the scenery from the summit of about 4,500 feet.
We went back through Geiranger to climb the Eagle Road with 11 hairpin turns. We stopped for photos at a viewpoint where we could see two of the seven sister's waterfalls and our ship in the harbor.
We cruised out of the Geirangerfjord which is 9.3 miles long.
... decent all the way except at the Trollstigen Pass where it was drizzling and foggy. So foggy that we could not see anything beyond 20 feet. We were probably very high in the clouds. After we came down, the weather was clear again, even though it was mainly overcast.
Tomorrow the ship will arrive at Trondheim around 8:15am. We booked an excursion to see the famous Nidaros cathedral and a music museum. Today the bus driver told me both were very much worth visiting.
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 & ...
... wifi. There are a couple of places offering trips, a Viking longboat cruise for €20 including helmet and sword and a coach tour to Mt Dalsnibba for 240 NOK (£24).
The weather forecast proves itself correct and early afternoon sees heavy rain, but we've had a lovely trip and it is a place we would be happy to come back to.
A Classical Sailaway today but it has to be moved ...
... in the distance.
I made sure I took lots of photos to show Roisin. That wasn’t necessary. As I turned to start the descent back down, a familiar figure appeared behind a group of Japanese tourists.
"Did you cadge a lift with these people?" I asked her.
“No, I walked up. I just took my time. This is something I’ve longed to see and I wasn’t going to let a few steep paths stand in my way. It was well worth it but I ...