Rica Seilet Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Bergen, it only became light at about 1000hrs and got dark at 1600hrs. Now we only have a strange half light at 1000hrs and by 1400hrs the sun has nearly set and is only a distant glow on the horizon! NEW YEARS EVE: 0645: We docked at Trondheim at 0600hrs. This is Norway's 3rd largest City with around 180,000 inhabitants. Our cabin is a hive of activity......coffee on the go.....maps and charts spread about....socks drying in the little bathroom. Sadly, our coffee mixing spoon ...
... ago. We then stopped for views along the ocean road. Lastly, we stopped in a little fishing village of Bud. Most of the group was to have a seafood buffet, but with the large amounts of food on the boat, Mom and I decided to have a walk around the cute village. We drove back to Molde, past the Jarlsburg cheese factory and ski jumps and stopped at the top of Mount Varden for a view of the ship and Molde ...
... 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.
... katastrofą - brzydka plątanina korytarzy i sklepów. Za to w łazience niebywała atrakcja - kabiny ze światłem ultrafioletowym, a dookoła syf i brud. Jeszcze jakaś Norweżka wręczyła mi papier toaletowy i wskazała żebym włożyła do kabin gdzie go brakowało. Niee ta wizyta była jedną wielką ...
... we also stopped at the arctic circle, Nordkapp, Trondheim and Hell. The majesty of Norway's Geiranger Fjord is breath taking. It truly has taken the cake on my favourite spot on this trip...so far! Dramatic cliffs plunge down on either side, while waterfalls tumble from high into the water below. It almost feels like a fairy tale is happening around you. To get to this mother of all fjords we drove from andalsnes and got to take the famous trolls pass. This is a ...