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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... and highs in the 50's.
We drove out of Alesund and into the countryside. Our tour guide, Stein, explained that much of the area we passed through would be farmland, but the farms are small, so usually someone in the family has an outside job as well. It seemed that most of the small villages we passed through had at least one factory. The town of Stordal had several furniture factories and we were told that the furniture made there is exported all of the world. In the ...
... walk from ship to city centre for a stroll and photo opportunity. Found free wifi available in the tourist office. As it is a Sunday, most of the shops were closed. There is a Hop On/Off bus and train available. Back to ship. Board: by 15:30 Sail away @ 16:00. 2/8/15 - Sunday, Alesund Alesund city & surroundings. Bus # 5 - 3hr tour to Museum & photo stop. Tour guide: Neil 550 km - 8hrs to Oslo - 2hrs drive to Geiranger Milk production factory - chocolate puddings 11 ...
... s highest fjord view from a road. But things were not looking good in the viewing department, as we could see a heavy band of cloud on the mountains. And as we twisted and turned to higher elevations, we were soon in that cloud, with little to see but whiteness. So we ruled out the ...
... 229;rden, the royal residence in Trondheim, and continued to the market square to take a closer look at the statue of the city's founder Olav Tryggvason, which is a huge sun dial and towers over the square. From here, we continued to Nidaros Cathedral, the national monument of Norway. Built over the burial site of Saint Olav, the king of Norway in the 11th century, who became the patron saint of the nation. It is the traditional location ...
... Lights!” So everyone rushed outside to have a look. It was cold and windy and we couldn’t really see much due to the lighting around the ship. So we went back to our cabin and for wrapped up in our winter coats before returning above decks, where we made our way to the ship’s bow so we were facing north.
The Boudicca‘s officers on the bridge had thoughtfully put out the bridge lights so it was nice and dark at the ...