BEST WESTERN Kinsarvik Fjord Hotel
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... About 15 or so minutes later we are at the ferry ramp at Jorand and its
time for me to find this road.
As its a tiny little secondary road its not listed on the maps and did not
even appear on my satnav until I arrived into the area. I noticed a few cars
from the ferry headed off up a little side road and there were some signs
pointing to something up there too so I presumed that must be the road I want
and sure enough it was.
This little road headed ...
... br> and then in behind the water so one could kind of stand in a cave behind the
Onwards I head into the town and soon see a little Italian take away
restaurant and after ordering a large burger and chips its down to the edge of
the lake to sit in the boiling sun and eat my dinner.
It really was boiling now and according to my temp gauge it was 24 Celsius.
what a change from just a few days ago in Finland.
Burger eaten I ...
... One stop is the Kjosfossen waterfall, where a water spirit tries to lure men into the falls with her singing. Luckily for us our car stopped near the falls and we had ample opportunity to snap photos before the hoards from the other cars overran the platform. I returned to the train as the platform got crowded. At Myrdal we changed trains to go back to Voss and our bus. On this train, we again had a separate car for our tour ...
... time of year it's only open from Tuesday through to Saturday from 11 to 4 so this was our only shot at it. Neither of us are big into museums with fixed exhibits but when it's laid out like it was when the people lived there then I really enjoy imagining life as it was then. We spent about an hour and a half going round - it was just so interesting. No photos - we weren't allowed to use a flash and it was really quite dark in there so a bit pointless taking pics.
The Stalheim Hotel is the last of the three historic hotels we have used during our short tour of west central Norway. Perched high above the Nærøy Valley, close to the southern end of the fjord and around 100 miles from Bergen, the hotel claims to be Norway's most spectacularly sited. Judging by the coach loads of tourists (many on their "Norway in a nutshell" tour) dumped every day in the car park, not to stay, but purely to spend 30 minutes taking pictures of the view ...