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... br> The next day we caught the regional train from Trondheim across the peninsula to Sundsvall, Sweden where we caught the high speed train to Stockholm, all up an 11 hr trip. Our hotel in Stockholm is a retired ship with accommodation, berthed pretty much in the centre of the city. The bridge has been converted to a mini suite with marvellous views ; that's our room and half the price of a normal hotel room. There is a ...
... the whole time we were there!
Apparently in the summer it is very busy with coachloads of tourists. Appart from locals we were about the only ones looking around.
After lunch we drove on towards Trondheim on the 30, later joining the ...
... laundry on the ship, and it's free. The washers and dryers are in good condition.
- The excursions we took were good, even though some were quite expensive.
What we don't care much for are:
- Some of the basic service seems to be missing. There is no information about how to book pre/post cruise transportation until you know where to ask (on ship, at the reception). There was very little information about the excursions, especially the ones that go for 6-8 ...
... reaching the top. I had hoped to find some kitsch religious tat in the gift shop on the way out, but I was disappointed. It was all tasteful pictures, choral music CDs and serious books on pilgrimage (the pilgrimage route runs from Oslo over mountain trails and farm tracks - 926km). There was a choral piece playing in the background which I thought I recognised. My smugness disappeared on realising it was "You'll Never Walk Alone". Tomorrow I have another day is Trondheim before ...
... of pipes, some of them must be over 10 meters high. Very impressive.
We also visited the crown jewels, although we do not have a lot of knowledge of the Norwegian king and queen it was quite a nice place to visit.
Then we had a nice lunch next to the cathedral before we went up to the old bridge and the area called Bakklandet with all old small houses that have been nicely restored. We also passed Bryggen ...