Quality Airport Hotel Vaernes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the end of August. Anything thereafter is by appointment only. Really should have done some research. Munkholmen started life as a monastery, became a prison, execution ground and then a fort. Now it is used for picnics and public entertainment. Just down the road from where I was supposed to catch the ferry is Rockhiem. This is a museum dedicated to popular music. They had some awesome interactive exhibitions ...
... everyday, natural beauty, tolerance and socialism, knitting, good coffee, it's fairly standard to order a glass of milk in a pub, people choose clothes based on comfort/practicality. Apparently it's also the best country in the world to be a woman. Cons: quite dark and cold in winter, cannot really ski, at some point would have to learn Norwegian, really dislike being cold, things are quite expensive, they eat whales, there are bears, lots of things shut in the winter but not ...
... s healthy she won't eat it". This really shows the expectation that Norwegians are fluent English speakers - they can rely on it in advertising. Even more interestingly, older child (8ish) then arrives on the scene - so mother switches to German! It makes me a little bit ashamed about my lack of language ability. I can count to ten and say hello in quite a few languages, but as far as being able to really communicate I'm limited to English. Must try ...
... late departure. We spent a lazy morning – reading and I worked on this blog a bit. At 11:12 AM we sailed across the Arctic Circle. They announced the passage and told us that we would not see another sunset until June 25th.
I went to arts & crafts in the afternoon where we made a beaded bird keychain (it’s a bit weird looking, but it was something to do). We went to the afternoon movie (“Jack Ryan, Shadow ...
... but the
views made up for it.
Found a site with some of the others, not the best one we've
found, and we were nearly tempted to book into the motel,but being hardy
campers we pitched up at the bottom of the site, with a view (yes you've
guessed it) of the fjord! Just after we got the tents set up, a jet flew over,
rather noisily, and then a bloomin' train went whizzing past! Doh!
The oil thingy now has a large amount ...