Quality Hotel Grand Kristiansund
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and at times pass through spectacular fiords whilst at others we are almost out of sight of land. Other passengers wander around clutching their little red coffee mugs which are part of a coffee "package" purchased for about £35 per head for the voyage. Consequently they are "guzzling" coffee at all hours of day and night so as to get their money's worth!!!. To be frank, a lot of time is spent "FLOBBING ABOUT" in comfy chairs looking at the scenery....then back to the ...
... to work on a cruise ship. The talk was very interesting, especially when they said that it was a very competitive business and there were over 300 applicants for five vacancies. The overall standard of the entertainment on Boudicca, as well as other Fred Olsen ships, has been absolutely superlative.
After the talk we went and had our lunch and listened to the Captain’s weather and navigational information from the bridge. We were ...
... At least today it was calm, but the location of the Atlantic Road, with the ocean on both sides, means that in the depths of winter, when there are high winds and/or snow storms that this stretch of road bears the brunt of some spectacular waves and high sea spray. Norway really is a stunning place, and it was magical.
After about 20 minutes driving over the Hulvågen Bridges in which we were totally entranced by the ...
The biggest problem with cruise ships is you're subjected to rigid, sometimes ludicrous, timetables. This was highlighted today when we stopped - the day's only significant stop - at Norway's third largest city, Trondheim. At 6.30am. The timetable severely restricted our chances of taking in any attractions, as nothing was open so early. The city's main sight is Nidaros Cathedral, Norway's most religious building and - wait for it - the world's northernmost medieval cathedral. All ...
... where we were wondering how much more of this we could take! Caught 2 ferries, went through several long underwater tunnels, and over some quite big bridges, and ended up at a camp site just outside of Kristiansund, where there is not only a camp kitchen but also a lounge room. Will probably stay here 2 nights and check out the town tomorrow, plus have a day off ...