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... the lights. We got there and found a snowplough turning around and four cars waiting in line. A guy came up to our car, handed us a big card about as big as a drinks coaster with some Norwegian writing on it that we couldn't understand and said "Put your hazard warning lights on, and follow that car." I took up position at the end of the line. I'd read about snowplough convoys, where a line of cars followed the snowplough to get through blocked roads, but I hadn't thought I'd ever be ...
... br> My immediate impression of Bergen was that it was like Nampodong Busan with the wharf area, fish market, mountain homes beside, and European shopping district. I'd seen Bergen on Korean travel shows while living in Korea
... come out of their cabins and go from cruise to cruise. The food is better, the service is better, the facilities should you choose to use them are far better, you see interesting sights as you sweep past... and it is slightly less expensive than an old people's home. It is not so convenient for relatives to visit, but then again, some may see that as an advantage. My first impression of Bergen was the powerful smell of fish as we stepped ...
... in Norway. En route we passed the remains of the first Cistercian Monastery built in Norway in 1146. The Cistercians are of the Catholic religious order of monks. Although we hadn't had any significant climbs in the past week, Norway made sure we wouldn't forget her climbs by rewarding us with a 1.5 km climb in the last 20km. We enjoyed the final stretch along a cycle path right into the city centre.
The city was abuzz with lots of ...
... before crossing a huge suspension bridge. On the north side of the fjord the bridge is fixed to the side of a cliff, and so the bridge spears into another multi-kilometre tunnel. Once the tunnels have been dealt with, the road follows the side of the fjord cliff face, at times being only wide enough for one car with small pull offs to allow cars in the other direction to get past, and is itself a toll road (one that even Google didn't know about). We had just past Alvik when ...