Quality Hotel 33
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thing about that museum was that somebody fell down the stairs and had to be picked up by an ambulance...(don't worry they were okay) The Opera was a very unique experience, which doesn't compare to anything I have done. It was a 3 1/1 hour performance, which was way to long but it was interesting. The show was called Don Giovanni, and was performed in Italian... We did have a small screen in front of our seat that presented the words in English, which ...
... and I’m not sure that photos will either). The fjords are magnificent and I couldn’t help but stare in wonder at the sheer size of them. After Gudvagen comes Flam, where the ferry docks and you then take the train to Myrdal. I had some time to kill while in Flam and decided to conserve my money and bought a chocolate bar and coffee for dinner - probably one of the best choices I’ve made all week, it was delicious and I don’t regret a ...
... drink from 7-11) and Josefina had a subway 25K for breakfast/lunch then to the NationalGalleriet we went, free on Sundays, good escape from the rain. Neither Josefina nor I are great lovers of art museums, but this was definteley one of the best I have been too. Nice numbered linear route, variety of styles and eras all nicely labled, easily done in 40 mins and included Munch's 'The Scream'. Also many other famous people, although my favourite ...
Traveling is always a test in one way or another, but why compound one's woes with a silly mistake?
A couple of years ago, while I was still planning my Tibet/Nepal journey, I happened to mention to my Norwegian class that my next trip would be to Norway. My classmate, Greg Swanson mentioned that he would like to cycle through Norway as well and could he come? I immediately said "sure!". That was not the ...
... the Yacht Club is only open for special events, or we would have made a visit.
Up the hill from the harbor, the Norsk Folkmuseum is a large outdoor display of the various building styles utilized in Norway over the years. They dismantled and reconstructed whole farmsteads from various places. Almost all of the construction was wood, heavy wood. Massive tree trunks hewn down to create thick walls for cabins ...