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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
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... and flowers. There is heated floors in the bathroom and on our basement
level. Every home we have been to on this trip has had the washer in the bathroom. There have been no driers but Katie says most people here have driers. Shoes are removed when entering the house in all Scandinavia. Mitch brought shoes to wear just inside. Maja saw that
he had shoes on and she told Katie that Mitch was wearing shoes.
... its transformations. We were thrilled to see that there was an English translation. I have written some of the things we learned in the pictures.
We followed the sound of music and came to another concert. This was more of a rock concert. The interesting thing was that the concert was for mentally and physically challenged individuals. They were really enjoying the music.
We left our beautiful accommodations in ...
... with booze in the Duty Free shop. The purchase of alcohol is controlled by the government in Norway. Supermarkets can only sell beer, no wine or spirits. These are bought from govt shops and are very expensive. Supermarket beer was on average 280 NOK - ...
... watch the sea from indoors. It's cold out on deck. The passengers are very different to those we see on the cross channel ferries. There's the younger group, outdoor clothes, beards (that's the men I think), there's the older group, again lots of outdoor type clothing and men with beards. Definitely not so many middle aged and only one family that I have seen. Looking at all the beards Maggie reckons they are ...
... it all the same. We went back to the main street to Kokkenes Cafe / Restaurant for the most awesome breakfast, "Godmorgen Planke". It was a plank of mini quiche, ham, Brie, bread, bacon, apple, melon, yoghurt with blueberries and an apple and ginger shot.... Deeeelish! It was meant to be for one but there was loads for us both to share. And the blistering heat was just perfect. Just as we were leaving, a humongous cruise ship emptied its passengers into the town. We met a ...