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... back to the Service desk, where we were informed that they had booked us on the 6pm flight for free, we would be charged no extra baggage and were given $173 worth of meal vouchers to use while we waited for the evening flight! She stated - "we are going to need a crew meeting after this situation"! She was also wearing a badge which said "Scandinavian Airlines-Your Best Friend". I commented, "You have become our New Best friend-thanks so much for helping ...
... by cable lift. So given the fact that the locals run over 7 of these mountains we expected a rather relaxed walk from one mountain to the next. Would be a piece of cake although the guides say it is a 5 to 6 hour walk.
Well I don’t know what the Norwegians understand under the word walk, but we were
surprised. It started off very nicely with ...
... She could feel a sore throat coming on. We worked out how to get the airport shuttle on Friday. Nev watched the second World Cup final on TV. Going down to the foyer to get a cup of tea, he found the two way lift confusing. On reaching ground level he was facing the wrong way and had impatient Japanese guests asking why we he was facing the wrong door. Are you getting ...
Another gorgeous day in a city with over 200 days of rain per year. Sunshine and mild temperatures greeted us as we jumped onto a Hop On, Hop Off bus and toured the whole town. That and a wander of the historic section of Bryggen was our day.....but what a beautiful city, reminiscent of Copenhagen on a smaller scale. The old part of the waterfront is a well preserved wall of wooden buildings that are slowly ...
... 17th, has been
brilliant. We took the option of the 'motorcycle road' and set off at 9am in
brilliant sunshine. We turned onto a road that had so much work going on that
we weren't really sure it was open. We
got about 2 miles up the road & realised we hadn't filled up with fuel, and
although we had enough fuel for about 90 miles, the route we were taking looked
remote so we turned round & went back through ...