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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with great lookout over Bergen. We meant to take the railway all the way up but couldn't find the bottom station (we were distracted by a particularly pretty MacDonalds store and took a wrong turn). So we kept walking up the winding roads and stairways wondering if we were entering someone's backyard or still on the road. Once we reached a station half way up and had cooled down a young lady came running up the hill checking her watch to see what time she ...
... meal as well. Bergen is a very picturesque little harbour City. It's easy to wonder around the whole place, & really get a sense of the place. The weather has been a bit hit & miss. We've been caught out in the rain once. Thankfully it was after we had been on the funicular to the lookout over the city, & walked backed down on a forest path. It was actually sunny when we were up ...
Computer day. Naively, I thought that it would be ready first thing this morning so that we could spend the morning picking it up, a good use of time as it was raining quite hard and there was not a lot else to do. This was not to be and by lunchtime, I was champing at the bit and had no responses to emails and couldn't get through on the phone. Tim (the technician) did however call me and ...
The alarm went off at 8:30 this morning but we snoozed till after 9. Went down for the included breakfast which was a good spread. I went to check in for our second night and when I got back Dylan was talking to a couple from America. We didn't end up leaving till the hotel staff asked us to leave the area just before 11. We went out for a walk and had a look through the alleys at Bryggen and went to a souvenir shop and got a pin. Next stop ...
... for Mrs. Paul's.
The younger attendant handed me and the man from India a long pole with a hook holding an aluminum bucket. We were told to keep it straight because if we twisted it, it would fall in the water and we'd have to get it. We were to move it only out and in, and catch as much of the waterfall as the bucket would hold.
The boat drifted straight to the waterfall and as we pushed the pole out to capture water the ...