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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are in Bergen and leave on our Hurtigruten cruise this afternoon. I may not have the unlimited internet that I have been enjoying so I'd better get up to date with this. We left Oslo on Tuesday on a 4 day 'Norway in a Nutshell' package. This included the very scenic train trip from Oslo to Myrdal. We then transferred to the Flam railway which …
... to be told that check-in for our flight had been closed! We were subsequently told we would have to forfeit our tickets and buy new ones at a cost of $2000- for another flight 9 hours later! We just went numb with the shock of it all-after all the steps we had taken to ensure a smooth transition, including a sleep deprived night at the airport-it still hadn't worked out!!
We then spent the next couple of hours, researching our options-including trying ...
... this time we stopped at an inexpensive (as per the guide book) little place that serves local Norwegian food. We ordered: local trout for me, fish pie for Dale and whale steak for Elias. After settling in and waiting for the food we calculated the exchange and realized that we were about to eat a $150 lunch. It was too late to back out so we savored every bite.
We spent the afternoon in Bryggen (old city Bergen). There are 58 buildings with ...
The Augustin Hotel near the Bergen waterfront provided a tasty breakfast. We took some photos as we walked along the cobble stones to the station. A huge assembly of tourists lined up for the train to Myrdal. The views of the lakes and mountains were great. There was a buzz as we switched to the green Flam Railway train and descended slowly through tunnels. At the end of ...
... evening, half of the group goes for dinner at the restaurant which is upstairs from the famous "Unicorn." Most of us enjoy the 3-course menu consisting of asparagus with smoked salmon, baked halibut, and a bowl full of strawberries with vanilla ice cream. With tip, each meal is $100. Norway isn’t really for the budget traveler, although you can get a much less expensive meal at the cafeteria style restaurants. Off to the Fjords in the ...