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... ourselves, but really the roads along the fjords are exceptional. The water is greenish and very clear and when the water is standing, the reflections of the houses or the mountains are gorgeous. The best mirror in the world, you can turn the picture upside down and you won't notice.
From there we took route 13 which is yet another of the touristic routes, called Gaularfjellet. This time first a long ...
Today I had booked my parents on a tour and I was going to catch the public bus to the Briksdal glacier. Upon arriving, I walked with a few others into town to only find that there were no public buses on this Sunday. So I visited the local church and then headed back to port to see if I could catch a private bus to the glacier. I found the private buses were $70 for just a 13 ...
... 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 town of Hellesylt, another small Norwegian town at a beautiful location.
The Hellesylt Hotel and Motel was located 200 metres from the bus stop but we did not know it was uphill all the way. Nevertheless it was good exercise as we huffed and puffed our way up, pushing and pulling our suitcases at the same time. The rooms had balconies and gorgeous views of the fjord. Definitely the place to stay if you were in ...
... the road with electric carts that cater to Japanese tourists who prefer to ride through this natural splendor. Leaving Briksdal, we checked into our hotel at the head of the Nord Fjord, Norway’s fourth longest. We then prepared to do battle with an expansive buffet dinner that is becoming troublingly commonplace on this Adventure. We walking 10 km walks and eating like we're walking ...