Rica Bakklandet Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... reply and like to say "who the hell are you smiling at?". Never in all my life have I seen such a sad bunch on any ship.
There was simply nothing going on at all aboard this vessel. One would have expected at least some music in the lounges or bars but no there was nothing at all!!
It really was an extremely boring day on this ship. According to staff the company Hurtigruten had decided on massive cutbacks from 1st of May this year and the on-board ...
On the boat at last. Bergen airport was crazy , lots of flights had been cancelled or delayed by weather, but we're here at last. The boat is very smart, and about the size of one of the larger Nile boats, so not really a " cruise ship" at all. We've been told the sea has been very rough so I hope it's a bit better at that than a Nile boat would be. At dinner the food was great- lots of seafood, and herring ...
... 251 Krone, or $45AUD. At least I got some time to use free wifi for a while. We started to head back, thinking we had 2 hours. I checked my phone to note that had been cut to 1. For the second night in a row we had meant to readjust the time by 1 hour. We arrived back on board around 5.15, with 15 minutes to spare. As others had miscalculared the ship was delayed anyway.Pre dinner, Nat and I went to a hypnotist show out of ...
... There was a lot of work going on around, and in, the station.)
Left Trondheim on a regional train at 16.50 - due to arrive at Ostersund at 20.43. I didn't expect any marvelous scenery, so was going through some of the literature we'd collected - then half an hour into the trip, we went through Hell. lol. Over an hour later, we went through the border town of Storlien with all its ski lifts. [During World War II Storlien was used by the military and ...