Quality Hotel Edvard Grieg
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and eat all the ones in the serving dish. After breakfast we went to see Fifty Shades of Grey. We didn't go to the cinema, we just took a drive out of Bergen and looked out of the car windows. It was probably closer to a hundred shades, the sky was grey, the fjords were grey, the mountains were grey, everything was bloody grey. We drove around for a couple of hours and then ended up back in our hotel room wondering why we'd bothered. In the evening we thought we'd go out for a change ...
... I'd got a feta cheese burek from the 7-11 to give me some food.
Bergen is famous for the Bryggen district and its historic hanseatic wood houses. Unfortunately many of the tourist craft shops were closed for the season. It was still interesting to walk in ...
... glimpses of the sea. We passed an area along the road where an active archaeological dig was underway. An axe from the stone age had recently been found in the area and young archaeologists were on site carefully scouring the area for more artefacts. We enjoyed stopping to chat to them about their work for a little while. We also met another lone German cyclist who was in the middle of a long cycle tour which had started in Spain. He had completed many ...
... a storage unit that we can put things in! This hotel is definitely a winner! Can't beat its location and everything else is fine.
After settling into the room and checking my emails, we went out to explore. I walked into every shop along the way, while Bob sat outside happily waiting. Again, everything I liked was terribly expensive, and I really did not want to buy just souvenir junk. But, just looking at the various things was fun! We walked, and I snapped ...
... covered in nettles, along muddy farm tracks and through verandahs with heaps of old junk. They say to themselves, 'these stinking places can hardly be paths to the palace.' When they set out on their journey they had imagined majestic symmetries and vistas between marble columns and now they begin to think they must have lost their way long ago and often give up their search right in front of some moldering door that actually leads to the royal halls." "Yes," another woman's ...