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 …
... The bus filled to almost capacity.
After an hours drive the first ferry was for 45 mins. It was rainy and dreary so couldn't go on deck much. You must be back in your seat on the bus prior to docking, they do not wait around ...
... activity, with plenty of delightful cooking smells wafting in the breeze. Whaling is still happening in Norway and whale products were fairly prominently on display and available for sampling!
... pace, and enjoy some much needed rest days. Again we have been so fortunate with the weather-raining only on those days which we'd scheduled as rest days. In actual fact, we haven't been delayed by wet weather on our entire trip which is actually quite remarkable. Although we don't really expect this to continue once we reach Scotland and England. We aren't too concerned about this though as we plan to take as much time as we need and stay in accommodation ...
... in the rear view mirror and noticed that I could no longer see the sleeping mats. I immediately pulled over, hoping that it was just the way they were positioned behind Jess, but they were gone. Disaster. One was the expensive thermarest that Dad had bought me when I was in cub scouts and had served me so well for many, many years, and the other was a foam mattress that Jess had hired so we could go camping together. The strap holding them down was still there, but they must ...