Radisson Blu Hotel Alesund
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... in our cabin tinged green and making unpleasant burping/snuffly noises. The cabin attendant knocks to make up the bedding. Cathy waives her away weakly and we both sip on water.... wondering if we will even be able to leave the cabin... However by 0930 we seem to be perking up. The sea has calmed and we both agree that a bit of TOAST would be sensible perhaps with a glass of water. We head off to the restaurant ...
... to Machu Picchu. During that short time we became good friends along with another couple from Australia Graham and Sally and had many laughs after the days activities. We promised that one day we would come to Norway and visit her. Well the stars finally aligned, and here we are. Time moves on and Camilla now has two children, a delightful duo - Tiril the eldest girl 5 years, and Hjalmar 3 years. They were excited to meet us the next morning and though at first shy quickly warmed ...
... Very unique and very beautiful. You can really see the Dutch influence as well in the gables on the buildings. We wandered about until 2:30 when we returned to the ship, had a light lunch and read in the Library. At 5:15 there was. Reception for the Canadian guests in the Crow's Nest with drinks and appetizers. Dinner followed then it was to bed to read., which we did until 10pm. Another full ...
... but had no success until I walked past the washing machine and there was an iphone sitting in it. My first thought was that some retard has washed their phone! Upon closer inspection I realised they were my clothes. So piecing it all together we thought it was a great idea to put our clothes in the wash before going to bed on account of the food on our clothes. Probably should have checked the pockets before doing this! The ...
... and 10,000 people left homeless. The new town was reconstructed in the then Art Noveau style. This was supported in part by the German Emperor Wilhelm II. In order to prevent further destruction by fire stone was used instead of wood for building. The hill above Alesund gives a panoramic view across the town, harbour and the surrounding islands. A climb of 418 steps gave a magnificent view especially as the sun was shining and ...