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... is now a Museum which gave us a glimpse into rural life & traditions from the 19th century. Very interesting. We also visited the Arkticum, which is a tubular glass frame building & is a museum & cultural centre for all things Arctic. That evening some of the group including Chris.had dinner with a Sami (indigenous people I the Arctic circle) family at their farm. Lots of reindeer there & nice meal Chris said. The next day was ...
... late in the day in the hope that there would be fewer tour buses etc. L will let the photos show you the way up and the views from the top. Rob really is an amazing driver!!xx
When we got to the top it was snowing. There were several ...
... the airport, one with a very steep mountain, the others with rolling hills. Each were settled and it was interesting to discover that one of the islands could be bypassed altogether by using the tunnel which took you under the island and the bay to access the next island. This island had houses on both sides but was divided down the middle by a ridge of mountain, so they built a tunnel under it. ...
... just west of Geiranger. Norwegian national road 63 passes through the village.
This third biggest cruise ship port in Norway receives 140 to 180 ships during the four-month tourist season. In 2012 some 300,000 cruise passengers visited Geiranger during the summer season several hundred thousand people pass through every summer, and tourism is the main business for the 250 people who live there permanently.
Geiranger is under ...
... 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 ...