Rica Nidelven Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... how quickly it was over. 'Is that all there is....is that all there is....?', went through my head.
But then we had to drive back over the same route, or otherwise go a long way round to Trondheim. It was seeing it again that allowed ...
... 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 ...
... section they tell us that Sydney Jazz Band The Necks is the best in the world. Again I plead ignorance, the Norwegians know more about Australian music than I do. It is Garry's birthday tomorrow so we have a treat for dinner, a classic Norwegian meal at a little resturant nearby. Our experience as visitors to Trondheim has been friendly and safe but too short. I wish for more time to delve deeper into its long and varied history and lovely natural ...
... before we left Australia. It cost 900 SEK ($A142) and included breakfast. Just fell into bed and went to sleep! Had a shower in the morning. This was a rather cute system. The water operated on a timer - press and get 60 seconds - you know. So the water came out as a spray - so a spray over the basin if you were just washing your hands, or a spray over the shower area. I actually washed my hair and it all worked fine - water stayed hot. I was impressed!
... is very unlogical, but, nevertheless, really beautiful and unforgetable! Just look at the pictures knowing the fact that my camera really sucks.
Next day was basically a copy of Sunday - much of walking, much of waiting, very little traffic. Happily, I made it to Moskenes - one of the furthest to west placed islands in the nothern Norway, where from I got a ferry to Bode (180km south-east). And that was a good night. Really good! I have already ...