Rica Seilet Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... of proper tea). She said, after spending two months in Geiranger, that she's quite looking forward to a change of scenery - "it's breathtaking at first, but feels quite oppressive after a while". I think I could see what she meant. Geiranger is surrounded by steep cliffs on all sides - the sun comes over late and leaves early and the mist rolls in from all directions. She said "you'll notice it up north - it's still beautiful, but softer." On the bus journey to Åndalsnes ...
... whole bay of water and the ship and then within seconds it was all over as mass of mist would sweep up the Grand Fjord and hide the world from our eyes only for it to blow away again as fast as it arrived.
While sitting up here I noticed the local car ferry leaving the town below. As it sailed passed the large cruise ship it looked rather dwarfed but as it sailed on through the Great Fjord it looked more like a small fishing boat than a large car ferry.
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 ...
... tunnel where the train almost completes a circle inside the mountain before emerging from the tunnel, travelling in the opposite direction, 19 metres over the place it entered the tunnel shortly before! We passed countless frozen waterfalls, suspended in time as they exited the rockface; some are turquoise in colour, some yellow, depending on the minerals in the rock. All are spectacular but sadly the photos ...