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After the city it was good to be heading out to the country again.
Going south west we took side trips to a number of towns. The roads tend not to follow the coastline here, and that is understandable as the coast is so indented and has so ...
... me of that of Lake Superior with a climate similar to Vancouver Island.
People have thrived here for thousands of years and served as a Viking launch point. As a commercial hub it dates back to about 400. It was listed as a royal farm in 800. It has been a major port and southern fortress for Norway and Dutch merchants began buying salmon and oak timber for shipbuilding around the 16th century. When ships began shifting ...
... most crew members speak) five languages -- English, Italian, German, French, and Spanish. This made some of the organized events, such as a trivia, pretty elaborate affairs, what with all the translations. The line did a good job of adjusting things to meet the language challenge. For example, our first trivia game was written, and involved matching of currencies and countries.
We'd booked an excursion through the cruise line before ...
... along a cycle path beside a busy road-the terrain was reasonably flat which was a lovely reprieve for our tired legs. We passed a divine looking beach at Fevik, which we were so tempted to stop at, but we were aware we had some strenuous cycling ahead and wanted to get it out the way. Sometimes when you stop, it is so hard to get going again! Just out of Grimstad, the route headed inland to incorporate a section along the historical old highway between Oslo and ...
... everything is spread out and
about the place. Houses are not built right on top of each other like big
concrete estates such as in UK. Also every house is different from the next and
the whole layout of any town etc is simply different in all aspects from the
next. Every house or building is a different colour which simply adds to the
One thing I love of these small colourful towns is the wonderful churches
which seem to stand out. Most ...