- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... off to Stavanger and found a car- park close to heart of the matter, which was a bit of an achievement, since they were obviously preparing for some huge event tonight......maybe they heard the Seldos were coming to town, since there was a huge stage set-up, and roads blocked off..... Also had a win because as I was studying the parking ticket machine trying to decipher how to make it work, I noticed that some kind soul had left a ticket in the slot still with ...
... and Jane Wright (she said he always is ['right’] and she never is. LOL!). We also said good-bye to our waitress, Shani. She was really a sweetheart, a hard worker who excelled in her job and always had a smile on her face. I will miss her. We went to see the McDonald Brothers once again and enjoyed the show. We ended our evening once again with a drink and the sunset at Skywalker’s.
Tomorrow: We transfer to the Emerald Princess in ...
... and then pancakes for dessert, "it would all be wasted otherwise" - so we obligingly gobbled it up.
... and a vicious onslaught on the window by the canteen lady's fist produced no result. Eventually the purser showed up. By this time he had changed from purser's uniform to car deck traffic control officer's uniform. We confessed our sins. He shrugged. 'It's too late, but it doesn't matter. It's OK', he smiled. And that, dear reader, is how we got a free hurl on the Tau to Stavanger ferry. Stavanger was not quite how I was expecting it. I suppose I was expecting a ...
... with a view of the entire Stavanger area. Lots of folks at the top. The Norwegians love the outdoors, and families from the littlest kids to the elderly were out in force.
We had a light lunch, rested awhile and then began our descent. We went down an "easier" way, but the top part was still difficult. My right knee bothers me quite a bit on the downhill.
When we reached the ...