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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and have dinner together. It's beautiful in the summer, but how she described the winter really makes me want to go back. The wolves come down from the hills along with various other wildlife, the lake is frozen and they drive over it, while I was there they just rocked up in their boats for a pint at the local, then drove home. Its a wide lake!
If you do randomly decide to go, tell her English dave sent you, I might get a cheaper stay next time even if you ...
... on the day. 2) It isn't really a tour, there is no guidance. Basically all it is is paying for all the tickets in bulk. They set a time and you go all the way through on the transportation...all day. When I say all day, I mean all bloody day. Started at 8:43 from Bergen, to catch a local train to catch a one hour bus, to get a two hour boat cruise, to a train, and the finale...another train! 8 hours of back ...
My journey to Norway was a rocky one. It was my friend' s last night in Iceland, so we went out. Stayed out far too late, had a few drinks, and had a rather rough flight here. Never again. Bergen is absolutely incredible. The first day I went up the funicular and saw the views of the entire city. Such ...
... the foxtrot - although I still get flummoxed at corners and have to start again. Mum & I wore our St. Patrick's Day hats at lunchtime as a woman wore a hat all day - even though she was not from Ireland. Happy Days. At dinner time we decided to try another restaurant which is less crowded and the décor is much better in this restaurant so we will be dining here in future. When the dancing came on my ...
... Eventually we came to Aurland fjord. Now looking at my ipad maps, it is 224km from Aurland to the norwegian sea. But thats by road, I'm not sure of the distance as the crow flies, but its a bloody long way. And yet here we stood, at this massive body of salt water. Cruise ships come down here it is so deep, and yet we are about 200km inland. It must have been great fun trying to map the norwegian coast, its all like this. ...