Hunderfossen Hotell & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... French!" And the aforementioned French couple was like, "Hey.. We are French!" And the whole bus broke out into laughter.
Anyway, the glacier hike was one of the coolest things I've done ever. It was unreal. It wasn't that cold up there and the hike wasn't too bad! I could just scoop up the water and drink it! It was soo worth it. I'll leave it at that with ...
... the centre of the universe when you're surrounded on all sides by these massive imposing mountainsides. Feeling a shift in my story - having to rewrite my narrative. Tomorrow I'm packing up and heading up Trollstigen (troll's ladder - ooh more stories!) to Åndalsnes. It's my birthday so I've booked a little room to myself as a treat! I'll be 31, which is too old, so tune in tomorrow for a dose of wistfulness, regret and maybe even cake. Everyone needs cake on their ...
... cup of coffee with no refill. Trying to catch a ferry is a national sport/frustration. When we blithely rolled into Sjolden we learned another. You can't buy bread or milk or any grocery items on a Sunday. Mabe back in the big city if Sogndal, butnot in any little town. We were out of bread and had been buying lunch fixings on the go, so we weren't all that prepared for this little lesson. Even the gas station we stopped at didn't have white milk ...
... The road wound round the mountain a few more times and we witnessed the scene again and again but each time at a lower level until the bus finally pulled into Geiranger, a small village of only about 250 people but the third biggest cruise ship port in Norway and named the best travel destination in Scandinavia by Lonely Planet.
There we boarded a ferry and cruised along this magnificent fjord, a world heritage ...
... top off the trip, whilst we are at the top of the mountains, we are taken into a Chalet & sat down to a feast of Norwegian Waffles, delicious jam & simply the best cream I think I have ever tasted. They also provided coffees prior to returning to the coach & taking the descending drive back to the Port of Skjolden, (pronounced Sholden).
We walk around the port area, before returning to the ship for a late lunch (& ...