Hotel Park Bergen
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... not one of them was bigger than about 12x16. They were built for the farm hands. We were told that the goats are free range, no fences up here. They come without being called at 6am and again at 5pm for milking. We were introduced to the farm by a couple of young women that act as guides if you will. Not a whole lot to be explained. But they did tell us about the production of a variety of cheeses and of course my favorite, the caramel candies ...
... witnessed warmth and sun (Bergen in particular is supposed to have 300 rainy days a year!). The self-guided walking tour from our guidebook was a bit unpleasant wearing jeans (how we dress for travel because our clothes barely fit in the suitcases). Bergen has a few interesting sites, including Bryggen, a tiny castle, and a fish market. Everything was within a 25 minute walk, as it's a small (down)town.
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... of Georgiana for 17 years and has had two owners to work for during that time. His latest one chartered Georgiana for a week, liked her so much that she decided to buy her!
You can hire Georgiana (not the owner!) for $27,000 a week. If you’re interested (??), here’s the URL:
http://www.bnycharters.com/yachtsearch. php?boat_id=789&PHPSESSID=d28f92ee6 3d409cb7b9d2cae87627da7
Introductions etc done, ...
... colours with open air eating and drinking areas to ensnare the tourists. At the end of the harbour is an open air and indoor fish market selling oysters, shrimps, crabs, huge crab legs and smoked salmon. As time was limited, we took the tourist train around the streets of Bergen which are narrow, steep and winding. Despite this we were treated to some famous views of the harbour and the ...
... and had our coffee and had the place to ourselves.
We also just wandered around the narrow streets looking at the pretty old painted wooden houses. There have been some disastrous fires around here and we were told that this is why it is so hard to get LPG in Norway. They are sitting on enormous reserves of North Sea Gas but hate using it. Also almost every valley has ...