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... 1 hour and $150 later we did get to the hotel. At least the driver was friendly. And the silver lining was that the hotel was only about 3 blocks from the train station, so the walk over to the train was pretty easy - even stayed dry.
Tomorrow we're back on a train and headed to Bergen, where we will board the cruise ship.
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Our last sightseeing stop for the day was the ski jump at ...
The ship docked within a 5 minute walk to the centre of town (sentrum). Walking along the quay, I noticed the dock was frozen. Somehow our ship had broken through the ice to be able to tie up along the quayside. It was difficult to see where the ice began and the open water ended. There were a number of fish eating aquatic birds walking on the solid ice of the docks wondering the same thing!!
We walked up the main shopping street of Karl ...
... us up. We were kind of curious to try the reindeer, just because it sounded interesting, but finally opted for something we were pretty sure we would like. The restaurant was so cute and cozy, with a roaring fireplace and a beautiful view of the city. The food was pretty good, although the peas and potatoes could have been cooked a bit longer. We were happy to say we had tasted some of the traditional food, however. We took the metro back, and had ...
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That's the end. As you can probably see, we really had an enjoyable walk through this park.
But now we're off to western Norway. We're off to the fjords. Join us in the next Travel Times. My double will be there. Hope you are too.