Rica Travel Hotel Bergen
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Tiny cramped room, but I suppose it's still decent value for an expensive town like Bergen. Good location relatively close to both the centre and the train station. All the reviews on the breakfast are spot on - excellent quality and selection, and felt more like a Sunday brunch rather than an included hotel breakfast.
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I didn't think it would be possible, but Norway has been even more expensive than I remembered from six years ago. It's not that the prices are simply high here, it's that they are actually offensive, even bordering on the grotesque! The one good thing about the high cost of living here is that, even if you are starving, you easily lose your …
... that are all different, but kind of match each other to create a street, certainly not like a row of terraced houses back in England. But we hadn't found much else to do here and hadn't bothered going to any of the museums as the choice consisted of the Norwegian knitting museum, the Norwegian fisheries museum and the Leprosy museum - and you wouldn't catch us going there! If we'd got really bored we could have done what everyone else in Bergen seemed to do, and buy a can of ...
... alleys between the buildings
At the end of the street was the city museum but it said it opened at ...
... current. The royal palace glitters on the threshold of night between the trunks of the trees when we have long forgotten our dreams about one day setting eyes it it." "Isn't it funny," a third merry female voice said, "that he doesn't know that the end of the journey governs all its stages? He walks along familiar streets and doesn't know whether he is heading for the golden palace or away from it?" "What's he doing at this moment?" said one of the voices, interrupting the laughter. ...
... by exact replicas made with the old tools from the past.....hand augers, shapers, axes and chisels, mallets and dowels. Again our egress was breathtaking through areas that were so much like Georgian Bay and the 1000 Islands. Again we watched this unfold as we had dinner of escargot, filet and lobster tails. Actually two lobster each! Then comfies and a movie and popcorn. Blue Jasmine was the flick....incredible ...