Radisson BLU Hotel Haugesund
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... edge of the Harganger Fjord....Just spectacular!Simply amazing, and stunningly beautiful!Many people are surprised when they ask me what is my favourite country that we've travelled through, and I answer Norway.....It really is just never-ending lay stunning to view.But the narrow roads are a real challenge - some the stuff we've seen in Italy is highway by comparison.But fortunately, everyone is used to it and the traffic frequently halts ...
And we are off....well not quite! 2 hours later and we are still sitting on the runway in Haugsund waiting to take off! Jon is very happy that he agreed to go with my suggestion of leaving the evening before and staying one night at the airport in Oslo, after our Christmas Jamaica experience, I wasn't gonna risk another flight nightmare! As the evening gets later and the both of us are about to pass out from a ...
... them. I know that we will be seeing them again soon. I hope that they come to Australia so we can spoil them like they did us.
Back to Oslo we go. Anders picked us up from the train station again and took us back to his apartment where Henriette was cooking up a Thai feast for us. We had another great catch up and all too soon our time in Norway had come to an end. Thank you all so much for an amazing time and for spoiling us so. Norwegians ...
... than drizzle. Luckily we had our waterproofs so onward we went.
We were greeted by a giant size image of Wayne Rooney, as we got closer and I wiped my spectacles from the drizzle, Roisin turned to me and said, "No, dear! I told you it is only a troll!!”
We spent our time ashore walking around the shore of the Fjord. We noticed a lot of the houses had grass growing on the roof. I bet mowing that lawn is a bit dangerous, I thought to myself! ...
... 3 hours which includes driving in multiple tunnels and on one ferry. We had a mixture of sun and rain and it's a beautiful small city with a nice harbor surrounded by seven hills. There is a small section still standing from the middle ages when Bergen was a key player in the Hanseatic League. We ate lunch at the lively fish market; fish salads and fish and chips and walked around the old part of town. We went to the Leprosy Museum, since I ...