Quality Hotel Forde
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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So after breakfast we set off on the relatively short jaunt to Bergen - only about 200 miles - if you use the highways, we as ever took the scenic route. First a drive, then a ferry (where I met some Portuguese scout leaders) I shouted oh scouts as they were wearing sweatshirts and we conversed about scouts or as it is pronounced in Portuguese scooter. After the ferry we ended up on some mountain roads with some serious ...
So after our sleep we woke up at 6am, the windows had blown open and it was blowing a gale. Not a great start to the day. The wind was blowing at 15 mph and the sky was black. Looks like the predicted storm had arrived. Not a great idea then to ride to one of the highest point in Norway though loads of hairpin bends. Edwin decided to go for it and he set off with Lorraine. Saying he may as well set off ...
It was a bit of a cloudy day but we had some decent sights. We took the mountain pass from Aurland - one of the scenic routes we are following - and headed north. We made our way to Sogndal, the first major town we've hit in a few days, then continued West to explore the Gaularfjellet scenic routes. Eventually we made our way up to Fōrde where we had a rainy ...
... it was amazing !!! the dancers somersaulted across the stage span round and round at great speed and also some Cossack moves brilliant. The music was rather special too. Attainable plays the violin to absolute perfection and such a glamorous lady to boot. Quiz night is Who wants t be a Millionaire (only gonna watch this one) clever people but the questions were not too difficult. Goodnight ...
... It is absolutely fantastic and one of the weirdest, most magical buildings we have ever seen. It was turning out to be a long day and we still had more than an hour's driving left before we reached Fjærland. We arrived there just after 17:00 and decided to go to the Bremuseum (Norwegian Glacier Museum) on the outskirts of the town. (Outskirts is used loosely here as the town itself has about 300 inhabitants.) The museum is very informative and interactive and gives ...