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... The train arrived it has 2 long carriages. Puzzled how could we fit in especially with the luggages we brought along with us. Surprisingly, it does fit all of us in those 2 carriages and we have seat. During the trip of 1.5 hours to a town called ┼ndalsnes, we saw some waterfalls, lakes and tiny towns. It was good....except that there's so many trees in front of us, blocking views at some part of the railway.Arrived ┼ndalsnes to catch a bus, ...
... late in the itinery to visit them. Any earlier was out of the question. After we leave they plan to go up to a cabin they have in the woods. Not allowed anymore, but because it has been in the family for generations they are able to hold on to it. A bit like the so called "shacks" in the wilderness area of Tasmania and west coast of WA. No power or phone, no roads ( you have to walk the last couple of Klm) they love it! Two or three hours drive from Oslo but a million miles from ...
We arrived at 8 in the morning and were off the ship shortly after. Walking down the deck we came upon a 47 metre yacht, Hyperion, absolutely beautiful. Lyn said I couldn't bring it home! Hop On, Hop Off buss was waiting for us so bought the tickets and off we went....free Wi-Fi on board too. As it was drizzling this was the perfect thing to do. The fact that the first place it went was a ...
... been needed thus far.
A pretty unspectacular
day but necessary to recharge our batteries -mine at least,I found
the driving yesterday pretty exhausting.Nine hours at the wheel or
near it – perhaps the car is getting older,or something. I may have
to rethink our journey time back from the North Cape.
After getting lost on
the shortest journey possible between hotel and ferry terminal,we got
there about 6 o'clock to be greeted by an horrendous ...
... their boats float down the hill.
After a cup of $5 coffee, that even Starbucks would be embarrassed about, we walk back to town. Downtown Alesund was almost completely destroyed in 1904 by fire but was rebuilt in Art Nouveau style, giving it a very distinctive look. Kaiser Wilhelm II used to vacation here so he led(funded) the rebuilding effort. We wander through the town for a while ...