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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... time we, along with hundreds of other travelers, disembarked at the tiny historic train station in Myrdal, rain was pouring in at 45 degrees. Jerry and I secured a table to scarf a much needed snack. When our Flam train arrived there was an exodus of wet cranky people pushing and shoving to maneuver suitcases and backpacks through one exit door and secure a window seat for the Ride of a Lifetime.
I tried to be gracious but when the second man shoved me aside ...
... i.e. when you pick up the bike to check). MEGA GRRRRRRRRRRRRR. This would explain the extreme slow rate and why Giddo had to pedal even when going downhill.
This problem was unfortunately unfixable (although we managed to improve it slightly) Tip # 2: check the bike tool they give you. Make sure it is NOT brand new and still in the packet and held together with cable ties. I think Trystan’s brain nearly exploded trying ...
You think you must have seen it all...and well ,you haven't.Early start this morning 5am,and we came into Sogneger Fjord and later into the arm that leads to Flam.,Aurandsfjord.Much more narrow Fjords this time, with trees and of course everything much more visible, in the morning light, simply spectacular,we could hear the waterfalls,from the balcony,some from very great heights,the tiny hamlets,and even the goats grazing ...
... on food can be made by shopping at supermarkets and making your own meals. Supermarkets like Rimi, Meny, Bunnpris, Rema 1000 and Kiwi can offer good prices and make everything much more economical. DO NOT eat out in Norway if you can avoid it! THE FLÅM RAILWAY One of those things you HAVE to do: the 20km "Flåmsbana", just under an hour train ride from Flåm (2m above sea level) to Myrdal (866m). It was an engineering feat in it's day because of the steep mountain gradients that had ...
Yahoo, the rain has stopped and our hike today will be that much more fun! Today, we will have a local guide in addition to our WT guide. Hans was quite a character. He is from Ulvik although he has many years traveling the world involved in humanitarian works. The terrain we covered today was not as tough as yesterday partly because it was drier. After the hike we enjoyed a traditional lunch of ...