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 ...
... through farms and forests etc. There was
loads of waterfalls and rivers also.
Finally I am stopped by a coin operated barrier across the road and there
are instructions about going up this road and that it is rather narrow and
I pay my 80K (£8) and the barrier lifts and on I go. Sure enough this road
is a bit rough and is simply laid right on top of what it simply went over.
It is extremely steep and is gaining altitude at an alarming ...
... along the road 7 and along the banks of this
Over on the far side of the lake are some mighty high mountains and better
still a glacier to which I was just hoping this road would pass over.
With it being 6pm now I thought its time to find somewhere for the night
and after stopping at some hotels and getting offered a single little room for
about £110 I simply plod on.
I then decided I would go for a log cabin at half the ...
... cabanas. When we returned to the room, I finished packing and then we heard a knock. It was the bell hop, ready to move the luggage to our new room. Jean went with him, and I followed a little later after I had double checked the unit and finished packing my day bag. I found Jean and then we went down to the desk to exchange keys. We now have a fjord view room (which usually cost more) with a balcony. Nice, but no time this morning to enjoy it. We quickly went back to lock the ...
... centre and did a simulated helicopter flight within the steep valleys between fjords. Today is independent day may 17 th in may. It's a proud day for Norwegian people to celebrate their independence from Denmark. We used the steam and sauna area this afternoon - it was super busy!! But Helen and I didn't go naked - we had swimmers with a towel ove r them. Got into trouble for it. Just can't get used to naked people even children and teenagers - really a little ...