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This evening a local was going to take me on of a walking tour of some of the old town homes. Usually people skip these and just take the funicular car to the top for the city view
Luckily the rain had died down somewhat from the afternoons ...
We had an easy day yesterday. It rained most of the day so we were inside for most of the day vegging out.
This morning we were woken early thanks to Dean's wine club call centre that don't know what rack off means.
We headed up to Mount Floyen this morning on the funicular which is a cable bus. The views of Bergen were spectacular but a little bit obstructed by the fog and low cloud.
We walked down the mountain and it was ...
... back to the Service desk, where we were informed that they had booked us on the 6pm flight for free, we would be charged no extra baggage and were given $173 worth of meal vouchers to use while we waited for the evening flight! She stated - "we are going to need a crew meeting after this situation"! She was also wearing a badge which said "Scandinavian Airlines-Your Best Friend". I commented, "You have become our New Best friend-thanks so much for helping ...
Continued from yesterday's blog...Woke up in the cabin of "Hurtigruten" ship, time to "check out" by putting luggages by the elevator. So the cleaners can clean the cabin ready for the next passengers. We had breakfast for free which is great as we didn't bring anything. We hung out in the lounge and enjoy the scenery views of the archipelagos then coast of West Norway. Sailing until half past two (2.30pm) in the afternoon to arrive in Bergen.
As we arrived Bergen, ...
... wrong with it but nothing unique and completely out of sight of the sea for the most part. The advantage (?) was that it was somewhatless strenuous. Good thing because it still took nine hours to get back to Bergen. So the plan was to go back to the campsite and bus into town for my bike ticket. However, as I was religiously following the route signs, I ended up downtown anyway. So here I am at the YMCA. Pretty tired, but looking forward to catching a thing or two that I missed ...