Rica Hell Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today I started at Nidaros cathedral. It is a massive cathedral built in the 13th century and prides itself on being the largest medieval building in Norway, or maybe thats the northernmost medieval building, its one of those two. For a long time this is where the norwegian kings were coronated although these days I think coronations are spread all over the place. The outside of the church is very ornate, the front facade is covered in statues. Inside however was much ...
... a width of only 30-40cm in places. It wasn't an easy climb, especially with a jumper and a packed lunch to squeeze through as well. There was only one passing place on the way up - a short walk across a gallery. The views from the top were impressive though, and all the more so from being in relative darkness beforehand. The whole city opened up before us as we reached the top. I'm not massively comfortable with small spaces or going uphill, so I felt a definite sense of ...
... with a minute soup and canned meat. Delicious !!!
Back in town we took the boat to the island which used to be a prison and and abbey and some other things in the past but today seemed most liked by the locals as a beach area. Most locals were sitting there to relax and enjoy the nice weather. yes, indeed the sun was still out today in all its glory, although the forecast for the next days looks a bit less favorable.
After the island ...
The weather looking a little dodgie we set off into the city and followed the walking tour option on the map. Took us thru to the interesting Cathedral with St Olaf buried beneath and then on over the Old Town Bridge with its two deep red wooden arches. This takes you to an older suburb with cobbled streets and old wooden houses and small cafes build along ...
Back in Trondheim, but this time as part of the schedule. 8.30 on a Sunday morning, cold, pitch dark, go for a walk around town. Everywhere closed. A HUGE cathedral where the Norwegian kings are crowned, but made of dark rock so it too is very sombre. Eventually the sun came up at about 10.30 and it all looked a bit better. Back to sea in the afternoon with a lovely golden sunset. As we cross the arctic circle tonight that's the last we'll see of it till we leave for ...