BEST WESTERN Kinsarvik Fjord Hotel
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... passes through waterfalls and scenic views of the flam valley. There was a 5min stop to come out of the train to look at a waterfall, which was notable since they first played ominous music, and then a dancer popped out about 50 meters away flapping her arms to the rhythm of the music. It all seemed strange and bizarre. But us tourists lapped it up and took pictures. Stop in Myrdal: we had a 3hr layover in Myrdal, which we spent going on a small hike to a waterfall. The town of ...
... br> We had a good long chat here and of course they asked me, just like
everyone else has on the trip what I thought about all this independence for
Scotland. Of course I told them my views!!!
From up here I could see the town of Norheimsund and the area where I
stayed last night and so took a few photos.
After a good long laugh up here with the Germans I headed on up this road.
The snow gets more and more and eventually I am riding between two large walls ...
... 8217; was one of these. It involved 22km out and back trip to another thrilling geological formation. Guidebooks varied from 8 to 12 hour round trip. The local information center assured as of a relatively easy 8 hours. We threw on the shants and set off. It was the first kilometer that made us re-think the Norwegians ‘easy’. We were picturing a nice level path and really here it is considered easy if the trail is marked with some sort ...
... feeding them. This was not a problem at all on my last fjord trip. The asians spent a great deal of time photographing the birds, and ignoring the fjords. Finally, even they tired of the squawking and pooping and they stopped feeding them, and the birds flew back home. Thank God.
On the good news front, the weather was perfect, and the fjords were beautiful.
... France or Austria or Germany that I have seen. Better, in fact because it's far less commercialised.
We found a park downtown and went for a walk, and bumped into a German couple in another van whom I recognised had been sort-of tailing us for a while and we stopped to say hello. They told us that they were staying right there in this spectacular view car park in the heart of downtown, and since "free-camping" is ok in Norway, we decided to join them.