Rica Hell Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... decade from the 1950's onwards. It was really cool. Now I'll admit, I didn't know any of the musicians except for A-ha, but I had quite an enjoyable afternoon listening to Norge music (and some foreigners I had heard of) through the later half of the 20th century. The exhibits were really hands on. Starting in the 50's room, I could tune old radios into "Radio Luxembourg" which was a ship that sailed in ...
So here I am in Trondheim - Norway's original capital and third-largest city. It's studenty, cyclisty and definitely a good place for shopping. Apart from picking up some stitch markers at the knitting shop, I have resisted. The shopping centre itself is quite interesting - it's basically a glass roof over the top of some much older pre-existing shops. The highlight of the day today was Nidaros Cathedral (Nidaros being the old name for the city). It's the final resting place of St ...
50 km ? - 23,000 steps
Today was our last full day in Trondheim and as we had seen most of the touristic attractions we decided to take the day off and have a walk in the surrounding area. We went out for Bymarka but couldn't find the place so we checked some maps and set out in a direction that seemed to have big forests and lots of trails.
Where we arrived there was a big parking spot, almost empty at that moment. So we set course ...
... over the top!
I am sat in the tent writing this, with a hoody on, hood up,
freezing. I'm afraid the flip flops are going to be relegated & the
trainers & socks are coming out! Infact, I'm going up to the bar because
there's no internet connection down here, and it'll probably be warmer. And I
can have a drink. Steve's already gone on the pretext of talking over tomorrows
route! Oh no, he's back. We've been invited to a 'do' in ...
... House. In an attempt to rival the Sydney Opera House, it comes in a close second. Photos do not do it justice. An angular building with sloping rooves everywhere, which scale great heights and also tip straight into the bay. Most of Oslo were walking up and down the white marble, with skateboarders champing at the bit "ride the rooves".
Next was a VERY long trip north by bus ...