Hunderfossen Hotell & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... is now a Museum which gave us a glimpse into rural life & traditions from the 19th century. Very interesting. We also visited the Arkticum, which is a tubular glass frame building & is a museum & cultural centre for all things Arctic. That evening some of the group including Chris.had dinner with a Sami (indigenous people I the Arctic circle) family at their farm. Lots of reindeer there & nice meal Chris said. The next day was ...
... Santa's village with gentle snow falling on us and then again in Norway, very cold the second time. Travelling south along the fjords of Norway have been spectacular. Waterfalls spilling from above into majestic fjords below and when the light is right the reflections are amazing. We have visited a reindeer farm, had reindeer for dinner there - also a husky farm but did not eat dog ...
... in 1969. In addition to enhancing the social net for all Norwegians, they have pumped obscenely high amounts of money into infrastructure and public works.
We popped out of one last tunnel and there sat Hellesylt, which is even smaller than Geiranger, and our ship was anchored and awaiting the steady stream of buses all now converging on the tiny dock area. The weather ...
... narrative - now our stories are about glaciers and lava flows, erosion and continental drift. We have always needed to make sense of the places in which we find ourselves. I've been reading a bit of Karen Armstrong's "A Short History of Myth" today. Her opening sentence is "Human beings have always been mythmakers." She then goes on to chart the myths that we have created and shared through the centuries, from ancient times until now. She explains further: "We ...
... a bottle. Legend story is about a suitor proposing to the Seven Sisters and he was steadfastly refused, and in his despair, turned to drink.Bus ride about 1.5 hours then we get off to catch crossing ferry to other side of the river then we catch bus again. Then bus goes on for another 2 hours before we change bus again. Then arrive Ålesund around 9.30pm (remember sun haven't set until 11-11.30pm.So we have few hours to kill by having a beer and surfing Internet (Mel doing ...