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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Being officially in love with Vincent's apartment, we thought to have breakfast on the small terrace; however, the weather proved a bit too chilly for that; nothing scrambled eggs with melted cheese couldn't cure, however. It was kind of a slow start to the morning, but luckily Sarah was free to meet up with us to go visit the Swords in Rocks monument. She was on time, but we ended up getting a bit confused with the bus stops. Luckily for us, the bus was a a ...
... so I paid 110K ($22).
Another landmark I wanted to see was the three swords. It was outside of town and you can only get there by bus. But I heard the airport bus passes by it and luckily we did.
... and last sleeping stop is the Jøssingfjörd. It became historically important on 16.February 1940 when Norwegians got hold of the Nazi ship 'Altmark' that was covered as a passenger ship but had hundreds of British soldiers captured. It was a rescue from the Allies point of view but an attack from the German ones. Now there is just a big Titanium mine and few houses thats are spread along the beautiful coast hidden in this small fjörd. Very idyllic and ...
... been cold beans and bread, since it's Sunday and no shops are open! No fridge for the beer either, so the creek came in handy. Early to bed, ready for our day of walking tomorrow.
Well that was some day!
After clearing up our campsite and getting to the start of the walk to 'Pulpit Rock' it was 11am.
The first surprise was the number of vehicles at the walk car park. Which is 'Free' to get ...
... A continental breakfast in fact complete with pickled fished, a specialty brown cheese and strange colored paste/ spreads, as if breakfast wasn't appetizing enough. Norway, I'm sorry to say, that you need to up your game on items you call breakfast food, it would help if they were edible. With a map in hand we made our way swiftly through the small beautiful city. We walked by the harbor and found the real Norway, trollers docked with their days catch on display. I have ...