Quality Airport Hotel Vaernes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I went for a look but it was closed. So I made my way along the river to the town centre for some lunch and a bit of blogging. After lunch I found the Church of Our Lady. Its kinda hard to miss being in the centre of town and all. Guessing by the hugh number on the facade it was opened in 1739. The church itself is quite cute, lots of light and murals around the alter. They had a little cafe near the entrance which I found out later offers free tea and coffee and also ...
... for a 10 hour overnight train journey to Bodø. Seats are cheaper than bunks, so no doubt I'll truly hate myself by the following morning. I need to do a bit more planning for my very short adventure on the Lofoten Islands. It's not long now until I'll be on my way home. Although I quite enjoy this solo travelling, and I've survived so far with little difficulty, I am starting to miss being around familiar people. I might have 20 conversations a day, and I'm getting better ...
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First of all a happy birthday to Elodie. Congratulations with your 3 years !
When we woke up this morning the sun was already shining for a long time in the bedroom.
We took an easy breakfast in the house as there was no hurry today, we are staying two lazy days in the city. Away from all the mountains, hairpin bends etc.
After breakfast we set out for the city. Now Trondheim is ...
Mixed bag with the weather and only the one scenic route but probably one of the most famous. The Atlantic Road is a small stretch of Tarmac between some islands with one of the most iconic bridges and photographed bridges around. A high arch and, curving from one island to the next, it just ...
... keening of herring gulls and the fresh smell of deep salt water. It is warm, sunny and dry. The streets are dusty not snowy. I am slathering on lotion for protection from surprisingly intense solar radiation. Looking at buildings with steeply pitched roofs, sloping gutters and heavy glazing needed for average winter temperatures of -20 C I know I am seeing an unusual presentation of Trondheim. We are here at the time of an important annual ...