Travel Blogs from Nordfjordeid
And suddenly all your energy was devoted to a pair of wooden walls and old furniture. The world seemed small from the open window. And when you screamed, even the echo came back distorted. Decisions. Those didn't seem right either. But once said, once thrown away into the fjord..suddenly the window was wider, the light came in. And the world was, again, right between your fingers. Time to go.
Holding tight to those who listened the scream and didn't run away.
... 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 ...
Beautiful day today - at least it is fine, although cloud around the hills. Joined tour up to Briksdalen Glacier. Cloud started lifting the closer we got to the glacier. At carpark we had a 30-45 min walk uphill to the glacier. Some parts were quite easy and some was steep. Lovely waterfall on the way up. got to glacier and found it was only a smallish one (branch of a larger one that we couldn't see). Had a lake in front of it which had some ice in it. Cloud cleared and ...
... 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 ...
... He has four girls and none of them want to take over the reigns when he has gone. They’re all moved out to the big city. I could almost detect a trace of sadness in her voice. The phrase that stuck in my mind was that the Briksdal Glacier on one of 8 most seeing-worth glaciers in Norway!!!
The coach took about 45 minutes to reach the visitors centre at Briksdal stopping just once to take some photos across Lake Lovattnet. We were so fortunate that ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet