Quality Hotel Edvard Grieg
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... meal as well. Bergen is a very picturesque little harbour City. It's easy to wonder around the whole place, & really get a sense of the place. The weather has been a bit hit & miss. We've been caught out in the rain once. Thankfully it was after we had been on the funicular to the lookout over the city, & walked backed down on a forest path. It was actually sunny when we were up ...
... the wind was a lot cooler. We do a tour tomorrow just a short drive into the country will finish this off after that. This is a quite rich country with the types of shops, cars and people (no beggars) due to oil explanation no.1 industry. (Each other country we have been to there have been beggars). Our tour took us just mainly around residential area of Bergen most home ...
... of the outdoor Fish Market, we got to the Information Center that was empty yesterday and now had hundreds of people from cruiselines trying to enjoy their short time in this charming port.
We got #69 while they were calling in the low 40's. I read a brochure that said we could buy our ticket on the bus, so we went out to do just that. Twenty minutes later when the bus finally came it was packed with unseated people and the driver's ticket machine ...
... which is probably the oldest church in Norway. It was beautiful in its simplicity and features a recent platform built so that it can host religious cultural events in Bergen. We wandered along the dock front, noting that the outdoor cafes all had rugs on the chairs for intrepid customers who want to sit outside when it is cold, which is most of the time. We were impressed with the big Tourist ...
... so the car was on a side road at the bottom of a snowy lane. As soon as we went outside we saw our footsteps from last night had disappeared and there'd been a lot more than just a couple of inches last night, in fact more like six or seven. The car was a white blob of snow, that didn't matter, but the side road it was parked on was a white sea of snow, that did matter, God knows how we'd get to the main road. An upstairs window opened in a house near the car and the lady who'd ...