Rica Seilet Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... not the actually good ones) where you're waiting to see what will be around the next corner. A waterfall, a sheer drop, a mountain stream, a cliff face, a still lake... all of these came suddenly into view through the cloud. We stopped briefly at the visitor centre and lookout at the top of Trollstigen, but you could hardly see your hand in front of your face - so much for the amazing views! About halfway down the road came into view. The photos aren't amazing as they were taken ...
... and finally arrive at the town of Eidsdal where I park up and join the queue for the ferry across the waters to Linge.
I had not studied much of the road system from here on and my plan was to simply set up the satnav and head for the town of Kristiansund where I would spend the night. However something just told me to go against the satnav and on riding off the ferry at Linge the road to the right looked more scenic than the one to the left where the satnav was taking ...
Raining again. We were given the choice of cancelling our tour due to the rain but we decided to do it anyway. The bus took us to the top of Mt Varden,, we could see the view but only just. The bus departed and we started our walk back down to the ship. Approx 2 mile walk starting at 730m high. The track was very water-logged and creeks ...
... at a local restaurant. I have no idea what it was filled with, some white paste, but it was awesome. The rest of the tour in Bud involved some time at a fort and World War 2 bunker overlooking the town. Our local guide Vivian told us many interesting and amusing stories of how she had used the bunker as a childhood playground before it was recently restored. She also told of how ...
... not a popular Norwegian pastime! However, in the summer, we suspect most towns come alive with hikers, cyclists, campers, sailors and other sightseers. Outdoor activites in the summer are plentiful and the Arctic Norwegians must love to shed their layers of thermals and get outside for the short summer. Bergen tomorrow, so away from provincial freezing backwaters and back to a bustling city, the second largest in ...