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- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 …
... we'd thought it through that well. We'd got seven king crab claws, a salad bag and some crusty bread. The salad bag was no problem, you just tore it open and started munching. The bread was easy, you just took it out of the bag, tore it up and started munching. But the crab claws? It was a while until we were munching them, as we'd forgot to pack our crab claw crackers. We tried putting one on a table and repeatedly hitting it with a shoe, that didn't work, the guest in the room ...
... pass for 200K had paid off as with the off season closures I had only spent 180K on admissions.
There was an art gallery behind the hotel which included a Munch collection but I completely forgot because of the weather. I didn't end up taking the funicular because of the rain and I had a good view ...
... city - it somehow occupies the same space as the one we inhabit, but it's totally other, incomprehensible and chaotic. This is the section I was reading today: 'All the time I was examining the painting on the wall and the pictures within it, muffled women's voices and laughter could be heard from beyond the glazed door. I was so absorbed in the paintings that I paid no attention to the sounds coming from the room next door. I suddenly had the impression that someone on the other side ...
Continuing through town we reach the base of the funicular. In less than 10 minutes we are whisked to the top of Floyen (320 meters above sea level), with wonderful views over all of Bergen and the surrounding regions. We experience our first sprinkling of rain, and head inside the mountain-top restaurant for lunch. Afterwards, several of us opt to walk back to town – undaunted by the continued showers.