Quality Hotel Edvard Grieg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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The only available fjord trip left Flam at 11am so we took the car up a road running along the same valley as the Flamsbana railway. That meant traveling beside a beautiful fast flowing river and crossing it a few times on rickety old bridges. There were so many roadworks along the way where the river banks were being repaired we presume after ...
... and finding the phone (hidden in the bottom of Grey's floor under who knows what....) I head off to the airport. Ironically, the morning flight to Dulles was also delayed about 2 hours. Penn State- why? Why?? As I was headed to Chicago instead I was able to laugh and empathize with the poor travelers.
Uneventful flight to Chicago and a check in to the United Club (thank you Mileage Plus Premier Gold!) and some cheese and hummus with a cold MGD (really, ...
... seafood platters and more. We bought a couple things to bring home, but had seen a restaurant in Bryggen that we wanted to go back to. They had Norwegian tapas on the menu outside -- and it included such things as cod cheeks and smoked whale. We walked back to the restaurant, but it turned out that the tapas menu was only available after 5:00 PM and there was nothing else on their menu that appealed to us. So back to the fish market! We ordered 2 ...
... We went by bus to visit Herdalestra, the largest mountain farm still in use in Norway. It is situated on a plateau 1650 feet above sea level and has been running continuously for more than 300 years. Departing Geiranger, our bus began to climb the existing Eagle Road with its 11 hairpin bends. We were in the front seat, so I might add that it was a bit hair raising coming and going. When we reached the top of the summit, we drove through ...
... Flam the place where the Flam railway begins. This was the purpose of the trip for me, as I had read that this is a steep rail journey with great views. I wasn't disappointed. It was stunning. We stopped at a huge waterfall which fell down beside the rai line & thundered under it to continue its journey. The spray from the fall was refreshing for me hanging a flush at the time, everyone got ...