Rica Hell Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of St Olav's church. The original church was a wooden building which was where St Olav was buried in 1030. A stone monastery was built on the site in the 1300's where it stood until 1531 when it burned down in a fire that ripped through Trondheim. They still have the archeological dig on display along with some of the bones of bodies they found. He bones of 15 children and 14 adults were found here. It is believed the male adults were monks as they appeared to be ...
I'm not sure why travelling is so tiring, but I can feel every one of the 300km I've travelled today somewhere in my body. I started of in the little wooden house in Åndalsnes. The owner was out all day so he said I could stay until 12, which was great. I went to the supermarket and came back and made myself brunch (mostly porridge, but with extras!). I wasn't getting on the train until 3:30 so I wandered around Åndalsnes for a bit, which ...
... of pipes, some of them must be over 10 meters high. Very impressive.
We also visited the crown jewels, although we do not have a lot of knowledge of the Norwegian king and queen it was quite a nice place to visit.
Then we had a nice lunch next to the cathedral before we went up to the old bridge and the area called Bakklandet with all old small houses that have been nicely restored. We also passed Bryggen ...
... s the university,” like she didn’t really know what we were going to see. She was fuzzy on history, especially the dates (she wasn’t “good with numbers”, she said). The drive was supposed to be an hour, but lasted just 45 minutes (probably because we left 15 minutes late) and ended at a fort overlooking the city. She told us a bit about the fort and then told us that the museum there required an admission ticket and ...
... her FRIEND had offered to cook a traditional Norwegian meal the next night so I was pretty excited to get a decent home cooked meal for the first time in a long time!
After packing effectively 2 days of tourist activities into the previous day Tuesday was simply about planning the next few days and getting in some exercise. I managed to push out a 7km at reasonable pace, albeit could barely feel my hands and face by the end, and then I grabbed my ...