Quality Hotel Leangkollen
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and the fixed navigational obstacles and sail out along the fjord. After talking to other experienced cruise goers, they too had never heard a cruise ship with such a crescendo of sound upon leaving and were just as excited as us. We enjoyed dinner in the Symphony dining room where we observed all the small communities scattered along the fjord and watched the quarter moon rise, and then a walk through the shopping precinct before retiring to our balcony to moon ...
... with plastic blocks. After farewelling Bente & Gyuszi, our great hosts, we caught the train to Stockholm on Friday. We had a good trip with wifi on the train so I was computered out by the time we got there (4.5 hours). In Stockholm we tried our first airbnb with a lovely lady called Astrid. It is supposed to be just accommodation (I think) but she had a meal of salmon, potatoes and salad ready for us when we arrived. . The days were even longer there. It was ...
... threatening so we made some tea and then Sverre went for a walk up the nearest hill to take photos. I continued with my tea and then started to get ready for bed since it still threatened with rain. By the time Sverre came back, the clouds were less grey and so we spent a little while longer outside before moving to the tent so that we could be a bit more comfortable than sitting on rocks. Our tent doors are open so even whilst sitting in the tent we can watch the scenery. It's pretty damn ...
... from the gulfstream. The cruise brought us to Flam, where we had some free time. I bought one of those classic, Dale of Norway sweaters with the busy snowflake pattern and silver hooks in the front. It is the exact sweater I had when I was little and I was so sad when I outgrew it in 5th grade. So, I’m very happy to have found it again! We then boarded a train, which snaked through and around the fjords and stopped in front of a few waterfalls so we could get out ...
... into the lake below but with no area without trees it was impossible to
photo. had I taken the other road then I would have had to go around this fjord
making for great photos.
I plodded along this road doing about 50mph. it was extremely boring and
with the sun beating down I was just about nodding off and in desperate need of
some food and another cuppa.
As much as I was hoping for somewhere to stop this boring treelined road
simply went on ...