Norlandia Storslett Hotell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... arriving in Tromso for one of two extra excursions we have chosen, a Midnight Concert in the Arctic Cathedral, in Tromso, music and Norwegian singing. The cathedral is a large A-framed building, white, lit with lines of white lights at night in Tromso, a large town on both sides of a fiord, connected by a high arching bridge. The church have absolutely perfect acoustics, contemporary poking inside,but ...
... the Royal and Ancient Polar Bear Society, founded in 1963, which had a life-size polar bear on display. It was in Hammerfest that the notion of polar bears roaming the streets of Norway came about and they milk it for all it's worth, with statues of the animal all around town. From there we walked half-way up the side of a mountain overlooking the town, where I got some great photos of Hammerfest and the harbour. The final stop ...
Long boring drive through the rain. We left Fauske reasonably early and set out north. A pretty long and uneventful day. At least the rain disappeared as we headed north and we even got a couple of minutes of sun. We found a campsite at Sekkemo which offered our cheapest accomodation, 400 for a ...
... just in time for the sun to set behind the mountains. Pretty soon the sun won’t set in the Arctic, I just wanted to take it all in while I had the chance. It’s pretty overwhelming. Everything is overwhelming here, I can’t take a trip into the closest city without getting all teary eyed, it’s just unexplainable what this place does to me.Getting up the mountain was all too easy that day, even with the large amounts of new snowfall. ...
... into the snow and gazed, completely lost in the moment. It’s definitely an experience neither of us will forget in a lifetime. Unreal is the word that best describes that night, I’m still not overly convinced that it actually happened. Aurora chasing soon became my favorite past time. Hours were spent lay on the snow, in the middle of a road gazing up at the wonderful night sky.