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... with several other arms of the largest fjord in Norway, the Sognefjord, which reaches 112 miles inland. Finally we arrived at the town of Flam, and a huge cruise ship docked there! After a quick hot dog and ice cream lunch we boarded the Flam train at the dock. This railway ascends the Flam Valley and is an engineering feat, of tunnels and track clinging to the sides of the valley, often making large loops and doubling back as it climbs the plateau, 2,800 feet above sea ...
... to ask an attendant there was an Indian guy who fell down between the luggage carriage and the loading platform, pretty sure it didn't tickle, but he shrugged it off! We boarded the train around the other side, there were so many people again, and it left at 2:50 arriving in Myrdal at 3:46. We passed through numerous tunnels and the Flåm valley before we had to wait at Berekvam, the double lane section of the railway for the train coming from Myrdal. ...
... longer distance causing them to "trick down" not much of a waterfall. But still we thought the waterfalls are beautiful. Bus stopped at a ferry crossing, we thought we had to wait for the normal cruise to come...then to my instinct I had to check with the ferry crossing officer. He told me to get on that ferry crossing "cruise".. Odd looking but everyone were boarding on the "cruise". So Mel and I had to rush, leave luggage in ...
"Norway in a Nutshell" is a planned one day tour from Oslo to Bergen, or vice versa. Our route from Bergen took us by train to Voss. Buses are lined up to take tourists down a very scenic road to the end of the Naeryfjorden. A car ferry, along with numerous tour boats, take tourists on a scenic cruise down a very narrow and picturesque fjord lined with waterfalls both majestic and small to the main Sognefjorden. From the Sognefjorden the ferry continues ...
... right in the middle of this
tunnel and right inside a mighty mountain.
I was so taken by all this wonderful engineering that once out the tunnel I
stopped and put on my headcam and went back to film it all again. What a piece
of engineering it really is.
Finally I arrive into the town of Eidfjord which is situated right at the
east end of Eidfjorden waters and is surrounded by some magnificent
The afternoon sun is just right and as ...