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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a Norway book Peder gave to us in the yr 2000. Depending on who you speak to, the climb is quite tough (if you are in the not so fit category like us) and can take anywhere from 1.5 to 3 hours. I chatted to a guy on the boat who showed me his pictures from yesterday when he reached the top. Not so sure about the photo of him sitting on the edge with his feet dangling over the side!!!! Haha the very mention of this makes David feel off and 'weird ...
... walking to same route that we almost had to queue to get both up and down from Preikestolen. It took about 1.5 hours to walk up there, and it was mostly only uphill, and we often had to climb up lots of steps. It was quite exhausting, especially since we were still tired from the long hike to Kjeragbolten the day before. But when we finally made it up there, it was all worth it. The view from Preikestolen is absolutely amazing, ...
... us out through the countryside to a place called Bakers Paradise. Our tour guide talked about the history of Norway and the Norwegian people during the 45 minute ride. When we arrived at Bakers Paradise we had delicious Norwegian waffles which are served with sour cream and jam. After eating we had time to walk around the dock area where they had some simple entertainment mostly for the kids. There was also a small gift shop with a lot of local hand made ...
... spent the rest of the morning familiarising ourselves with the complex topography of the coast between here and Bergen. There are dozens of fjords and islands between here and there and if the weather perks up (today it was blowing F6 and with an icy, really icy NW wind) it'll be a perfect cruising area. Fingers crossed.
After lunch, we headed into town to have a look around. The principal and original harbour area, called Vågen, is on the west side of an isthmus ...
I traveled to kjerag, an exciting place to see. You have to cross 3 mountains to come to a certain point where u can see interesting things. Climbing is hard for those who dont even walk straight for a mile except to get lunch. You have to cross 3 mountains. When u reach the third mountain, 3,5 hours have passed. Remember u still have to go back the same way u came from.
thats when it happend. Just before going back up the last mountain ...