Quality Hotel Sogndal
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... part, has a lot of couples in their 20s/30s from Western Europe, namely Holland, Germany, and France. They are like super outdoorsy, like carrying their own tents and mountain biking for hours. I'm not sure if they are representative of that age group from those countries (which would be really intimidating actually...), or the outdoorsy folks in those countries seek out places like this, kind of like how outdoorsy people in the US go to Colorado and Canada and stuff. I'll have to ...
... the side road, followed it for a little while but it quickly turned to gravel. However the gravel was well packed and the bike felt stable, so I persisted for a while until we came to a tunnel through the rock face going up hill. Now this is the first tunnel I've ever seen with a gravel (quickly turning to clay) road, and of course the tunnel had no lighting so as soon as I entered it the only light I had was from the headlight of the bike. With poor visibility, what ...
It is seriously difficult to get a cursor in this box. This time I had to start in bullet style, then go back and start again. Sheesh!
So we woke up this morning in Finse after a rather pricey night in a very nice room. Breakfast was laid on for us at 7 am and a very nice brekky it was. Everything you could think of was there. We told the desk person that we were hoping to get to Flåm by noon ...
... at Hardangervidda to appreciate it properly - its a VERY tight schedule to get you back to the boat on time. STAVANGER Very industrial bustling port heavily focused around the offshore oil and gas industry (there's an Oil Museum that is all about the industry here). There is some cute architecture to be seen all around near the Fish Market, Old Town area and a very happy colourful street (contrary to the white houses typical of infamous Old Town) on Øvre Holmegate street. ...
... villages along the banks. The sun was shining but the wind was cold so we rugged up as we sat at the stern watching the beauty of nature unfold at every turn. It took about 2 hours
In Gudvangen we changed to a bus to take us to Voss.Near the start of this journey we wound down the Stalheimskleiva, a 1.5km length of road with 180degree bends and a gradient of 1 to 5. I admired the driver's skill in getting the large bus around such ...