Hotel Union Geiranger
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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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 …
... some almost round. Returned to the ship and later stood on the bow as we sailed through the steep sided waterway with dozens of beautiful waterfalls all with legendary stories. Tiny abandoned farmlets cling to the edges in challenging positions. It's extraordinary how folks would even consider living in such precarious and remote ...
... really have to see it to realize just how large it is. It made us feel like tiny non ice appreciating creatures.
Back down the bottom we realised the tourist information offered washing machines and showers, which we used to full extent in order to get our weekly cleaning done and then we headed north. Unfortunately, this drive resulted in bump number three for poor Harold as his mirror got shattered by a bigger, nastier motorhome on the drive on super skinny ...
... driving to the fjords. We kept going west from the Swedish border and began our southward journey around Trondheim, somewhat further north than most fjord-seekers begin or end their journeys, though by no means anywhere close to the top of the country. That would be Nordkapp, which with more time on our hands, and possibly without the children who might get bored, we would probably have made the detour. Though at 1000 miles and 22 hours of driving time it would have ...