Rica Hell Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of travelling along it, Trollveggen is just breathtaking in terms of it's scale - it's 1800m precipice lies at the top of a 1100m sheer vertical wall of rock, making it the tallest vertical rock face in Europe. At it's steepest the overhang is 50m. The train passes right underneath it, which is an experience I won't forget in a hurry. It used to be a popular spot for base jumping, but that has been banned after some predictably horrific ...
320 km - 17700 steps
We left Molde in the morning and had breakfast along the coastline 'overlooking' the hills around Molde that were completely covered in clouds. Nevertheless the morning was already warm and our goal for today was to drive towards the coast do the Atlantic Coastroad (once of the 18 - you should know by now) and then on to Trondheim our next stop. Finally a city again...
As we drove out the weather seemed fine, but ...
... church after the Reformation. While the tour was supposed to continue through part of the city center to the shuttle back to the ship, we decided to leave the tour and go back on our own. I wanted to see the inside of the cathedral, but Karl had seen enough cathedrals, so he waited in the visitor center while I toured. It is a beautiful church with two huge pipe organs and many gorgeous stained glass windows. While it is a Lutheran church, it ...
... quite tasty and the serves were generous. We finished with creme caramel and coffee.
Then we finally got to the stretch of Atlantic Road which is the most spectacular. By that time it was getting dark and the rain was streaming but we did see the way the road arches itself to let the boats go under and the narrowness of the area through which it passes. Certainly an engineering feat of some proportions. A pity the conditions did not allow us to see ...
... soon after as small houses were erected, for the most part occupied by seamen, fishermen and labourers.This special atmosphere of the small houses lives on today. The houses have been restored and the neighbourhood is bubbling with life. There's something for everybody here: cultural-historical interests, special boutiques, cafe's and restaurants and that special feeling of a neighbourhood in harmony.