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... are in a restaurant or bar where they charge the equivalent of $100 per bottle minimum.
After checking into the hotel we went for a walk along a little area near the wharf which has heaps of cafes/restaurants. Found a place to eat and along came Kaylene, Joe, Pat and Keith so they joined us. Good food, good company but we were back at the hotel by 8.30pm....... No big parties in these towns!
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... by another man visiting to stop. I asked why they weren't stopping the other tourists. Anyway I didn't want to offend so stopped since it wasn't allowed anyway.
The rear courtyard takes you to the Archbishops Palace which is a museum housing many ...
... a guided tour of the main building, which had many rooms, each was of a different era. Our guide (perhaps all the guides there) was a musician, and he played a few of the different stages of piano for us, very enjoyable. Very pleasant young man. It's one of the few rare times we actually enjoyed a guided tour of a museum.
Our ship was scheduled to set sail at 12pm, and we got back from our tour just in time. I really would have loved to have another hour, to look ...
... extensive restoration began in the late 19th century including stained glass windows, two German organs and sculptures on the west front.
We stopped at the Good Day, "go'dagen," statue which is modeled after a housemaid who spent her retirement days around the city square greeting people.
We saw Monk's Island from the ship which was an execution ground; 11th century monastery; 17th century fortress; and prison.
... hygiene in the besieged fortress.
There are still cannons on the ramparts and it looked as though the army (or Reserves) were preparing to fire them. We asked if it was to commemorate D-Day and were clearly told No, it was their annual celebration of Norway’s independence from Sweden which was granted on 7 June 1905. We have never before been so close to a 21-gun salute – it is ...