Quality Hotel Sogndal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The weather was perfect thankfully and the water very calm except for when some boats go by. It was very relaxing to paddle past mountains and waterfalls and also interesting since the tour guides both had stories about the history of the area. We also got to see the one of the resident seals pop their head out of the water. The three hours seemed to fly by and soon we were back on land. I thanked the tour guides a lot because I had thought that kayaking wasn't going ...
106 km - 10600 steps
We woke up rather early in the morning and had a lovely breakfast in the hotel - different service than in most airbnb facilities that we rent. We had to catch the 9 o'clock boat for a tour through the Aurlandfjord and the Naeroyfjord - from Flam to Gudvangen. A tourist trip - lots of Asians on the boat - in two gorgeous legs of a bigger fjord called Sognefjord which is the longest ...
... waterfall with views over this typical West Norwegian fjord valley which has been carved out of the mountains by millions of years of glacial activity.
Our lovely hotel is facing the water, and is built in a grand style reminiscent of the classic old lodges of Yellowstone National Park. We gather in the enormous lobby bar for drinks and conversation, followed by an excellent buffet ...
... But the downside is it is a little early to do all activities e.g certain hikes that are still closed because of snow and ice, and certain tours don't start until June. So depending on what you really want to do, do your research before. The outcome of The Challenge: for 12 days touring Norway, with 2 fjord cruises, all transportation, accommodation, food cost me around NOK4600! So Norway on a budget IS possible (but you won't be eating like a Queen or sleeping in comfort - that will cost ...
... accident in the tunnel between Flam and the caves, and nobody could get through. Unfortunately, they hadn't emailed us, hadn't rebooked us on another tour, and all the other tours were full already. A new cruise ship had come in earlier and all of the passengers had plenty of time to grab up the final tour spots before we even knew we needed them. So, we didn't do the White Caves tour, we walked the fjordside instead. We took the path to Aurland, which ...