Hunderfossen Hotell & Resort
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... chocolate. Rather than eat peanut butter with a spoon, we opted for a burger platter at the local tourist information. 200 kroner ($40 for both) later I was thinking here's a lesson I'm not going to forget. At least the coffee was included.
After Skjolden we began the long ascent towards Jotunheimen. The first thing we saw as we rounded the corner was a huge double waterfall. Then another. Then more and more. It seems that when you're down in the ...
- Well,that was almost too easy, but a bit frustrating. We woke up to glorious sunshine(?) that is, if we weren't in the bottom of a very narrow valley. We had a lovely relaxed morning just putting our feet up and waiting for the ferry. Our boat was leaving after noon, so we were really in no rush to do anything and that was grand.
- On board ...
... grab handles in front. This is the one we took. Ever fun! We flew across the water and visited the 7 Sisters falls and The Suitor falls and went crashing over waves. 60 minutes certainly flew by. By this time it was time to get back to the ship and change for...cocktails which we had whilst watching the ship's departure from Geiranger to begin our 75 kilometre journey to the sea. This little green card is certainly worth it! Especially given it was ...
... 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 (& ...
... once again was a pay WC! Vivian paid for everyone, then we all went our separate ways. We walked over to the the famous Stave Church. The price of admission was not included on this tour, so we paid to visit the church. Very spectacular in a rustic Norwegian sense - dark and all wood construction, but large. The ticket desk had given us an English translation of the notes about the church. Afterwards we walked around the church and looked at the graveyard. Next, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed