- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
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... to the lake. It is a bit frightening to see the different arrows that indicate the position of the glacier in ancient times, but the fact is that now there is little left of the glacier tongue. You have to really climb the mountain if you want to get there. So there must be something about global warming.
Anyway, the view is still spectacular and the ice has this very blueish color, very nice. Also ...
... nearby lake and got on an Amsterdam-style canal boat for a beautiful ride on Lake Loen, with views of the beautiful lake, mountains, and glacier. The weather was great until the last few minutes, when large rain drops started to fall. Luckily, we had arrived at a restaurant to enjoy waffles with strawberry jam and sour cream. From there, we drove to the base of a glacier for ...
... in some areas. We continued onward and upward to Videster for lunch at the hotel there. They served us Norwegian salmon. The hotel was situated very near another lovely waterfall. After lunch we continued up into the mountains to the Stryn Summer Ski area, where we saw skiers and snowboarders and lots of snow. Before we reached Geiranger to rejoin the ship, there were two more photo stops – the first being Dalsnibba, the highest fjord view from road ...
... The road wound round the mountain a few more times and we witnessed the scene again and again but each time at a lower level until the bus finally pulled into Geiranger, a small village of only about 250 people but the third biggest cruise ship port in Norway and named the best travel destination in Scandinavia by Lonely Planet.
There we boarded a ferry and cruised along this magnificent fjord, a world heritage ...
... the ship. We decided to make the most of the weather and lay out on the deck of the ship as we left the port, waving to locals on the shoreline who replied by waving Norwegian flags. More than anywhere so far, I really felt substantial sorrow about leaving Olden behind. I loved this place as much as any i had seen before. Such a beautiful, wild, peaceful and relaxed place, shrouded among incredible mountains and scenery. I hope some day, I will be able to ...