Rica Hotel Kristiansund
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... one of those days. We were hanging out to set foot on dry land again and our next opportunity was supposed to be in Kristiansund for half an hour at 4.30pm. Unfortunately, we didn't dock until almost 4.50pm, by which stage there was no time to see anything. Instead, we stretched our legs with a walk around on deck. I was not looking forward to tonight's tea in the slightest. Nothing about the menu of meat soup, marinated pork with spicy coleslaw and a barley cream dessert appealed ...
59 degrees - 8:09 am/8:08 pm
54 degrees - 8:01 am/8:08 pm
For the past two days, we have been cruising through scenic fjords. Yesterday, we cruised past Fugloya with its many sea birds as we headed for Molde.
62 degrees - 3:29 am/11:36 pm
Molde is a town with 24,000 population. The town had a fire in 1916 where 225 houses burned down. The town also suffered greatly from the bombs that dropped during ...
320 km - 13950 steps and 2 boats
Today we left Olden early in the morning to drive through the Geiranger Trollstigen touristic route towards Molde, 1 stop before reaching Trondheim.
The route started as usual along the fjord, then a number of hairpin bends to bring us to the top of the mountains and then with another set of bends back to the next fjord. The Geiranger Trollstigen route is one of the ...
A guy from cruise critic had organized a full day tour today, with a bus load of others. We took the bus north on the great Atlantic road, a recently built road connecting many islands with bridges that has become on of the top tourist attractions of Norway. On a neighboring island, we stopped at the stave church in Kvarnes. There are only a couple dozen of the wooden churches left in Norway, built about ...
... used in Norway, which eclipsed the smaller traditional homes. As we entered port, we heard 3 cannon volleys--quite a surprise. We could see the smoke rising from atop the hill opposite our dock. We discovered from our guide that there is a fort on that hill & due to a battle that took place a long time ago, it has become tradition to announce to the townspeople the arrival of any ship. So everyone knew we had arrived (not like you're ...