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The highlight of the stop in Flaam, Norway is the Flaamsbana (Flaam railway). We had reservations on the railway as part of a group put together on the Cruise Critic forum. Originally Flaam was supposed to be a tender port, so we had arranged to meet the group at the International Café onboard at 8:00 AM for our 9:45 AM reservation. It turned out that we docked in Flaam and it was literally a 5 minute walk to the railway station. So we had plenty of ...
I think everyone who has even thought about travelling in Europe is familiar with Europe on a Shoestring. Armed with this we read about a bike ride down into Flåm after getting a scenic train up. It is worth mentioning that this train is the steepest in the world without being a funicular. So we got super excited about doing something active and had a our heart set on ticking this box. The guide book said there were two options; a 20km ride from the top ...
... stared up at the steep mountain walls lining each side. Early afternoon we hopped on a boat that traveled through the fjord to Gudvangen. Seriously beautiful. Yes- prettier than Switzerland. But much colder. Burr- you sure can feel the arctic winds. I can only image how cold it would be in the dead of winter. After the lovely boat ride we took a bus from Gudvangen to Voss... And after that the beautiful train ...
... 22914;果你不能 ;在每一下ߍ 9;腳時想好Ë 20;的路, 你就是走得 ;太快了。(If you can’t think of where to
put your feet before you walk, then you are walking too fast.) 因為我步伐 ;較小, 步速較慢, 為了不影響 ;大隊的速ॷ ...
... up to the Feigumfossen was breathtaking ( http://www.visitnorway.com/en/Product/? pid=72626 ).
Unfortumnately we did not have time to go to the Glaciers museum in Jostedalsbreen glacier park (http://www.jostedalsbre.no/index.htm ), the largest glacier on European mainland.
I'll upload some pictures of mountains and fiords tomorrow.