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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t ideal, but it was definitely still worth it. We saw some beautiful scenery along the way to Månafossen, the waterfall. It wasn't a long hike up, but it certainly wasn't easy either. The path itself wasn't so difficult, it was the fact that it was raining at the same time, leaving the path wet and slick. Luckily they had metal chains to hang on to during the climb and the descent. In an effort to avoid traffic, Thomas decided to take the scenic ...
... for the airport train.
Oslo is a much more built up city than any of the Norwegian towns thus far. My hotel was a block from the central station.
They had an airport style self check in. When I put my card and pin number in the machine shut down and didn't give a ...
... are two of them. First, a ferry is not a ferry when the trip is canceled! Around 10:00, I received a text message that, due to weather, the ferry from Bergen to Hirtshals (Denmark) had been canceled. This would have been a BIG problem as we need to be back in Copenhagen for our flight to Iceland early Friday morning. Offering a number to call “in case of questions,” I called to find out what our options were. The options ...
... a view other than the halter tops? We have used descriptions like ‘Astounding, Gob-Smacking’ etc in the past but this was OMG +++. The drop we were walking just less than a metre away from we later found out to be 604 metres. It is called Pulpit Rock at the top because it is a flat ledge about 100m by 100m with an inward curved supporting cliff below it giving it the appearance of a pulpit overlooking the fjord below.
... and expensive. Our trip to Preikestolen included a four hour walk, with the breathtaking natural formation ...