Clarion Collection Hotel Arcticus
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... world. Anyway, back to the story With the British off back to France the Norwegians did not have enough fire power to resist the invasion from Germany for long just a couple of months and spent the rest of the war occupied. There are some horrid stories about evacuees, prisoner of war camps which I will not go into here but Narvik is definitely worth a visit. So another full day. Tomorrow we are off to bodo so off to sleep now another 300 kms. More amazing scenery and twisty mountain ...
We stayed up to try and catch the lights, but the sky never really cleared in the north. We sailed up through a long narrow fjord, with black mountains and rocks on either side, covered in snow. Sometimes so narrow it seemed that the ship only just fit. A few little villages could be seen by their lights, and some houses by the side of the fjord away even from ...
Early breakfast so we could see 13th centry church on the way out of port. missed it!
10:20 Video in bar on "Tromso capital of the north" interesting. Getting increasingly foggy.
Moved to viewing lounge, only there is no view, it's now foggier and snowing.
... the tour stayed there for quite some time particularly in the gift shop and cafe. I bought three glass beads which are hand crafted in the area. The lady in the shop was quite excited by them, telling me who the person is that makes them and that they are fashioned on actual Viking designs. She then wrapped them up in a special bag. As soon as I walked off, I thought what an idiot I was for not buying more because ...
... walked away “to hell with it” in an angry, haughty voice. We were both rather offended by her nasty way and rudeness.
After a day’s rest we packed up again and moved on. We decided to skip Tromso and head to Sweden. But not before a little bit of shopping in a lovely town called Bogen and stopping to watch a deer with the hugest, grandest antlers happily grazing in a field by the road, not at all fussed by the passing cars.