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... mundane and leaves you in a rut, one that isn't easy to climb out of, because us rats are conditioned to happily scurry along inside of our maze in search of our little piece of cheese, often oblivious to the real world that lies outside. Changing jobs does help, but more often than not, we are simply trading one maze for another; it might be a fresh challenge in the beginning, but eventually we figure out the new maze, and it quickly ...
... to break down the doors. We were given the wrong room key, which meant another trip down and up in the "death trap". We were overjoyed when we saw a real bed with real pillows! We have come to appreciate a descent bed and the effects of a good nights sleep. People don't go running in the the opposite direction when they see us. We went to the hotel restaurant, where we ate so slowly our food was cold half way through. Yet again the distraction was a very attractive Latino waiter. ...
... I needed a beer on the way home so I purchased a local brew at the supermarket (32nok), then returned to the hotel for some cleanup and then back to Shawarma Cairo for dinner.
Inclusive breakfast once again. They had baked beans today but no croissants, I felt cheated. We decided to take the later bus to Bergen today as our couch surfing host, Odd, would not be home until 2000. Luckily our hotel allowed us ...
... with sweat and was down to just shorts and a t-shirt in 3deg temperatures! More importantly however was the fact that when we did get there the clouds had all but cleared and we were presented with a scene that was of breathtaking beauty.
First sight of the 'Preachers Chair' - which I was told is the literal translation from the Norwegian name, Pulpit Rock has no relevance to the Norwegain name - was from around 20m above and 50m behind and it was simply ...
... It was worthwhile, cobble stone streets and white painted houses. Very nice. Then, we took our final steps in Norway before reboarding the boat.
Its been an amazing country to visit. With a population of 6 million and massive land space, the average density is 5 people per square kilometre. Jobs are plentiful, life is relaxed and peaceful, and the people are friendly. For natural beauty and nature, its about as good as it gets. Its also probably ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility