Rica Hotel Alta
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... a few people complimented me on my hair and outfit. :-)
Dinner was the usual pleasant interlude, punctuated by interesting conversation and one or two risqué jokes, as we were all now pretty comfortable in each other’s company on table #32.
In the Neptune Lounge we found our ‘usual’ table near the front and watched the dancing couples prior to the show. Tonight the performance was called ...
... concert. The architecture of the church is unique in that the tower and spire are constructed to represent the Northern Lights. The titanium spire twists around in a spiral, with vertical lines to emulate the shape of the aurora. In fact, it’s nicknamed the Nordlyskatedralen, which means Northern Lights Cathedral, even though it’s not actually a cathedral, it’s a church.
When our bus number was called, off we went ...
... the quiz, which we only lost by one point. Afterwards we kept popping outside to see if the aurora had reappeared, but all we saw was the black sky, with a few faint stars.
Tonight was karaoke night in the Lido Lounge. I put my name down to do a couple of songs, and was the first one called up. I sang Nancy Sinatra’s These Boots Were Made For Walking, then, as no-one else had got up, I did Sinead O’Connor’s Nothing Compares ...
... sunk nearby, with a museum in an old bunker. John and Rob explored some guns, etc but the museum itself was closed. Tromso is a great city, but had far more to see than we could fit in. Drove on, endless unbelievably beautiful scenery of fjords and mountains and then..... a reindeer herd, approximately 400 animals, crossing the snow to ...
Enjoyed a lie in this morning, the sun is shining, the skies are blue, everything is so crisp outside.
I took the shuttle bus to town but got off first at the Alta Museum, as the bus drove away into the distance I hoped it would return as the museum seemed in an out of town location.
A huge pile of snow by the entrance made me realise just how ...