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As I walked to the train station this morning @ 7:30 – it was still dark. The days are definitely getting shorter. I had planned to endure a full day's adventure with the *Norway in a Nutshell* tour. Seriously, that is the name. This tour is a self-guided go at your own pace. I have all the required tickets for my journey that are validated for a couple of days. But I planned to get 'er done in just one day.
The first leg of the tour was ...
... Why yes, thank you please. This consumption unfortunately does not aid in my attempts to sleep on what is a quite decent and wide sofa. Sigh.... And this lounge doesn't have showers like the ones and the B gates. So I while away the afternoon hours at the Lufthansa lounge alternating between hydration (water), caffeine (cappuccino) and alcohol (beer) before heading off to try out the Singapore Airlines lounge. Hey, why not? They have showers there, and the food has to ...
... Europe were brought in to help the people recover. There are narrow streets with buildings springing right up from the edges of the sidewalks. This might be a good time for me to tell you some interesting things about Norway in general. For example Norway is slightly larger than Italy and has a population of just over 5 million. The country has universal health care and a comprehensive social security system. Norway has extensive reserves ...
... safely, the trains are fitted with numerous braking systems. We were ascending so the braking systems were not as important – we hoped! One other thing, or things that sticks in my memory are the little vehicles that were used to transport workers up and down the line. Rather than having solid wheels, they consisted of three or four conjoined metal hoops for lightness – lightness would be a necessity with at least one of these devices, as all it ...
... chilling (but today we have electricity so not really) and relaxing with a small whiskey (not a spelling mistake) and our books. A nice day and we can now relax, the boat will be safe here. One last point by way of an afterthought, on the outside pontoon is a Jersey registered Sunseeker 65, ie a zillion pounds worth of power boat. She is having repairs done to her sides where they'd been worn through to the fibreglass by rubbing against the pontoon in strong winds. Enough ...