Park Inn By Radisson Poliarnie Zori Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Vi lämnade Kandalaksha med ett museibesök, ett litet lokalt med utställning om fiskarfolket som kommer från trakten. Fortsatte nu norrut. Strax utanför staden stannade vi till vid en utsiktsplats. Där klättrade vi upp på ett berg för att se utsikten över Vita Havet. Därefter till industristaden …
... and Bronnoysund, I managed the latter which consisted a walk around the waterfront for about ½ hr
Did I mention that the ship has a different set of blasts on the horn one set for Northbound and one set for southbound to alert the people on the wharf of its imminent arrival.
Our second last day we called in to Trondheim and we farewelled our SJR group for their trip through Scandinavia – we are going to rejoin them in Helsinki for the ...
... so they rebuilt in architecture of the time. It took us about 6hrs to return. The ship went through some spectacular scenery steeply sloping sometimes shear rock faces. Difficult to judge the height possible 250-300m
Evening meal is a fixed 3 course menu but served at your table, wine very expensive (ie about $80 each)but this includes bottled water even house wine is ~$40
Next day was a few hours at ...
After an early breakfast we farewelled our lovely room the the river view and were driven by mini bus four hours and across the border into Norway, at Kirkenes. We arrived an hour earlier, but we're able to board without the later hoard of passengers. We chose to up grade to a mini suite after the cabins allocated to use was the smallest in that class and next to the laundry ! Peter negotiated ...
... her 5,000 kroner (about $600US). Worse yet, the cruise ship left without her, so she had to hire a taxi to get her to the next port, which ended up being another 3,000 kroner. So we were all very cautious.
The Norwegian portion of the Arctic isn't what we were expecting. Parts are quite barren with little vegetation, but others are heavily forested. No ice flows, very balmy weather due to ...