Clarion Collection Hotel Skagen Brygge
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... t ideal, but it was definitely still worth it. We saw some beautiful scenery along the way to Månafossen, the waterfall. It wasn't a long hike up, but it certainly wasn't easy either. The path itself wasn't so difficult, it was the fact that it was raining at the same time, leaving the path wet and slick. Luckily they had metal chains to hang on to during the climb and the descent. In an effort to avoid traffic, Thomas decided to take the scenic ...
... airport train or a cheaper local train, although they both stop at the same stations and take exactly the same time. The only difference is the airport train is nicer and runs every 10 mins while the local train is half hourly.
The local train ticket was 90K ($18) one way vs I think ...
... was minimized (although obviously not avoided).
The big product from Bergen was fish and fish oil from northern Scandinavia, so there were dried cod hanging from several places to “set the mood” for the tourists. Really a very interesting glimpse into the lives of these people and a reminder of how large a role commerce has played in the settling of the world.
OK – now for the answers to my title ...
... 8217;m stopped here for the night, even though it’s taken me over my daily
budget (I had to fill up with petrol twice as I’ve driven over 200 miles
today!) But hey, the campsite has Wi-Fi, so it’s not all lost.
Tomorrow, I’ll go back up the mountain, and head in a
different direction (it will take about 3 hours I reckon to go back up and over
... bikes downhill over their shoulders (go figure!) plus many different languages and accents (e.g. Norwegian of course, German, French, Polish, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, English, American, Australian. We have noticed that Norwegians seem to be allowed to take their dogs wherever they like and do!
There were young people (halter tops and stretch pants everywhere, not that I took that much notice mind! There were old people being helped ...