Quality Hotel 33
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... interesting to see the diversity in style and function from the different geographic regions in Norway. Of course, Norway has a very different sense of history having a thousand or more years to pull from. They were building museums when the U.S. was still making history to eventually build museums about! After a couple of hours walking the grounds, we had built up an appetite so we swung through the cafe. Everyone like their selections, but Ashley's ...
... we expected. All of the signs were in Norwegian which doesn't have any similarities to English at all! We booked a room in a hostel, which was a first for me so I was a little nervous of what it might be like. Luckily we picked a hostile that was very nice and close to the city centre! It was very similar to a hotel, mainly because I got a private room instead of a room with bunk beds. The only difference between this hostel and a hotel was that the ...
... group and start to really enjoy the cruise. Starting in Naerayfjorden and travelling on through Sognefjoden and eventually Aurlandsfjorden you just can't believe how beautiful this cruise is! From a depth of over 1,000 meters to the top of Bleia at 1,717 meters above sea level, incredible! We constantly pass by waterfalls cascading down the mountains, their peaks shrouded in mist. Goats clinging perilously to the side of the steep hills, farmhouses built in the most ...
... to wait awhile for photos as there were so many tourists but it was well worth it. The cruise ships in the fjord looked tiny compared to their surroundings!
Some of the other excellent drives we did were Sognefjellsvegen and Filefjell. Both of them were absolutely breath-taking with the drives being high with snow covered mountains (which Bryce gladly took advantage of by stealing some snow for the ...
... Bureau about being aware of pickpockets - and we had noticed a lot of gypsies moving in groups in the streets.
It was another warm day and the bus was full already and we had to sit up the back on the top. It had a soft top and windows so wasn't exactly an open bus.
We stayed on the bus until we got to the Vigeland Sculpture Park and then jumped off. This was a marvellous place. The sculptor had donated all his sculptures (and he ...