Radisson Blu Hotel Alesund
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the train station but I was hoping to take the cheaper half hourly train. I had got the schedule from the station when I arrived.
None of the ticket counters were open this early so I had to use the machine. At first I couldn't find Vaernes Airport station until I figured out to use the 'ae' ...
... and modern hotels replacing the old industrial landscape that was once the norm in this part of town. We "stumble" across a beautiful new industrial type building and go inside to investigate. What a surprise ! It is a modern micro brewery! And it's open for business! And it's hot! And we are thirsty! Ross I remember what you told me about Norway, but I well and truly beat you today! Refreshed after a couple of their finest we move on. Down along the river, we pass a swimming ...
... and design. This distinctive look is due to a massive rebuild that took place after a fire devastated the city in 1904 miraculously only one person died but some 10,000 people were left homeless.
The first alarm bell to warn of the fire came from the Salvation Army Building, which later had to be rebuilt.
The rebuilding programme used the style of architecture that was popular at the time. Although the town was largely ...
... who played many years for Liverpool. We get off at the viewpoint. Its a magnificent view. Then back to the town where I get off and have a stroll. its good to get some fresh air. Back on the bus and I only get off back at the cruise terminal. Back onboard and I go to supper with Gunnar. Christine has a patient to see. The nurses handle most things after hours. God bless ...
... the Sea. There were three tunnels to get out there. The longest almost 3 miles. Only one entrance / exit was gradually sloped. Te other was a corkscrew. That's because the natural fjord terrain below was too steep to allow for a normal entry or exit. The tunnels were down almost 500'. On the Saga Islands we toured a church from the 1600's and lighthouse. In the evening we had the it down dinner and the nightly entertainment was 70s Disco ...