Rica Nidelven Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning Tom had to spend time answering questions from PayPal about the Wagner Society's account so we didn't leave the hotel as early as Ruth had planned. This turned out not to matter as today was another public holiday so nothing was open in the morning.
For a change it was cool and drizzly. We walked around a bit then retreated to …
The ship docked on time in Trondheim and we left at 08:45 and walked towards town to our hotel, which is between the centre of town and the port. As expected we could not check into our room (way too early) but we left our luggage and went exploring.
This is another lovely town. Initially we couldn't find the Tourist Bureau (they have …
Yet another sunny day. We are having a relatively quiet day today, spending the morning and most of the afternoon tidying up and on Tom's outstanding items from home.
About midday we walked down town to visit Stiftsgarden Royal Residence and take a tour at 13:00. Trondheim used to be the capital of Norway and is still where important State …
A very different landscape leading to Trondheim,much flatter land, rocky in the beginning,then flat farm land with lots of balage [long daylight everything grows at speed] little farms,and some not so little, barns and houses, all so tidy as is Norway, in general, but not an animal to be seen, cows I guess, live inside..
The city, 4th largest in Norway,is a lovely place ,trees line the streets,a lot of them ...
... it as another very tall arched ceiling structure with huge columns holding it up. It is quite plain compared to anything you might see in Rome except for some beautiful stained glass windows.
After our tour at the Cathedral we went to visit the Ringve Music museum which is housed on the farm estate of the Ringve family from Trondheim. The owner's wife was Russian and very interested in music so she started to collect instruments, in particular, pianos. ...