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Is it all it's cracked up to be?…yes. Fjords, all the way!
Train from Oslo-Myrdal then all aboard the Flam railway that transports you down the hillside to the fjords.
A ferry across to Balestrand for a fabulous 2 night stay at the Kviknes-an old style hotel where you wonder if a set of twins may appear at the end of the hall …
... a two passenger vehicle at a discount. Well, like most things Norwegian, the rental fee was high, so we willingly gave up our surplus seats in exchange for a bit of savings. Not knowing the euro makes and models, I did not realize that a Peugeot Passenger is actually a mini-cargo van. Two seats and “a lot of room for luggage” – too funny! Actually, the vehicle drove great, had all wheel drive and ran on diesel, so no real problem – just a bit of a funny ...
... 4+ hour trip to the train station at Myrdal. The ride took us through really attractive landscapes and the ever-tidy Norwegian towns and villages. Of all the places so far on this trip, the Norwegians seem to do the best job at keeping their spaces neat. The scenery was an evolving palette of urban spaces followed by smaller towns and finally rural spaces with small farms. We gained altitude and the landscape quickly changed to a scrubbier, but still green, form with mountains, ...
... Then we drove further to Olden and saw the cruiseship that left yesterday the Geirangerfjord. From Olden we drove to Byrkjelo and took the road to Storebru from there we drove to Førde. And now we are in Dragsvik and stay there for one night on a camping. Today we drove ...
... hotel. We had read in numerous forums and articles that this is one of the hotels on earth with the best views and we were not disappointed. The view is staggeringly beautiful! The hotel is perched high up on a mountain with panoramic views down a deep, emerald green ravine below, with two waterfalls flanking the hotel. Off course, with this fame comes the inevitable tourist rush, meaning this is per square metre probably the most crowded piece of land in Norway. Massive ...