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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... built in 1913. It was originally built by industry leaders and is perched high on the mountainside and houses the famous art collection of Norwegian painters Nils Bergslien & Christian Krogh. After lunch, we continued our travels along the Hardanger fjord where around every turn was another magnificent waterfall cascading down the mountainside over the rock face. Especially impressive were the Skjervsfossen waterfall and the Latefoss ...
... through unique scenery to our hotel in Honningsvag on Mager Island so we were close to visit the the North Cape that night to see the midnight sun. A very pretty little town which a big port for the cruise ships & quaint houses.After dinner we boarded the bus for our hours drive to North Cape. All day it had been overcast so Mike our Aussie guide had been playing "here comes the sun" & we did see glimpses in the afternoon but by the time ...
... We had a lovely barbecue of salmon at their property. Have seen herds of reindeer and have even seen some moose, which is normally a rarity. Today at Geiranger was amazing. We could not do the Troll's road as it is still closed but did the Eagle Road. Once again views were picture card perfect - we have been very lucky with the weather. This blog is my first attempt so not sure how it will ...
... We stopped for coffee and a walk around the small town of Nordfjordeid, finally a decent coffee and the shop was really quaint. is located at the end of the Eidsfjorden, an arm off of the main Nordfjorden, west of the large lake Hornindalsvatnet. There are many tourist attractions in this area, such as Geirangerfjord and the famous glacier at Briksdalen. The drive from Skei to Alsund was once again breathtaking, not as many ...
... life and meaning and value." She goes on to explain that the way we have tended to give meaning to our lives has not been through reason and logic, but through the imagination. I think, though we tend to rely more heavily and reason and scientific evidence now, and rightly so, we can't escape our nature as creatures of imagination, as storytellers. We create our own mythology - our collection of stories, our experiences and those we have received from ...