- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
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... rainy bus window, but hopefully you'll get the idea. It has eleven hairpin bends, a gradient of 10% and crosses the Stigfossen waterfalls (350m) several times. It starts at 850m above sea level and levels out at 50m. Some people were CYCLING it and I mean UP. On lower ground we found lots of huts, caravan parks and holiday villages - the elderly retired teacher on the bus was giving us an unofficial commentary (on other people's driving as much as the scenery). He said that most ...
... the centre of the universe when you're surrounded on all sides by these massive imposing mountainsides. Feeling a shift in my story - having to rewrite my narrative. Tomorrow I'm packing up and heading up Trollstigen (troll's ladder - ooh more stories!) to Åndalsnes. It's my birthday so I've booked a little room to myself as a treat! I'll be 31, which is too old, so tune in tomorrow for a dose of wistfulness, regret and maybe even cake. Everyone needs cake on their ...
... etc. By the way Valldal is the center in Norway where they grow most of the local strawberries, so we bought some of the berries along the road from a small stall and they were really delicious. Very tasteful, not watery like you most often find them in Belgium, but deep red and very tasteful.
After that we drove on to Molde including one short ferry to get there, where we have our airbnb room just outside ...
... restaurant and a few roads heading off in different directions. These roads have been cleared by the snow ploughs and all have walls of snow each side of well over 20ft and sure look impressive.
As I head down the South side of the pass the weather has changed for the better and the wind has dropped but what I was about to see next really was totally unexpected and simply added to the excitement.
Many years ago when I was still a little young laddie in primary ...
... through several long tunnels, crossed the fjord via another ferry before unknown to us appearing at the base of Boyabreen a branch of Europe's largest glacier, Jostedalsbreen. Not long after we found our selves on a crazy road that twisted up, down and around a steep valley with amazing landscape. At one point being stopped by another English couple in ...