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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sea. Long, deep, high, steep, and that includes the bridges. Spent the night on the hard at a campsite that was no quite open yet. About to turn in after midnight, but had quick look outside and there were the northern lights! Seriously cool to see in person. Have seen photos and videos on the web, that doesn't prepare you for the scale. They were in the north-west sky, but came right up over us “like a celestial umbrella” It was truly neat, and backing them up was ...
... the city, across to a different island - Senja. It took about 40 minutes to drive to the home of the sledding dogs. We had brought waterproof, warm clothes and boots with us, but here we were given heavy duty snow boots and an all-in-one snow suit to wear!! Then we went back outside (in the rain - luckily not heavy rain) to meet the dogs. Here they have 105 dogs! Some of them were in their outside huts as they weren't running today. They were so friendly and came up to greet you and ...
... just like someone had a laser and was shing it in a straight line. It then started to swirl and move, and I realised it was them. It was very cloudy and what we saw was amazing but not very bright so couldn't get pictures. I was just so happy to see them. They moved and changed very quickly. Hopefully we will try again tomorrow ...
... day again! We arrives in tromso at 2.30 in the afternoon- it was dark. We walked up to our hotel, we didn't have any gloves and so had to stop every few meters to try and warm our hands up as they were stinging with the cold. Tromso is the largest city in the north and is home to 70,000 people, there was much more happening compared to the other places we had been so far. We checked into our hotel, we had a little kitchen and decided to try and warm up and made some soup ...
... t even know that was possible - and our hands and feet only started "defrosting" after ten minutes.
The final stop for the night was just outside Helligskogen, still close to the Finish border. There were more auroras and Dan made an impressive fire as we clicked away. This time round, we all took up Dan's offer of wearing a second pair of boots, which really helped a lot. Mieke and I spent most of our time outside either taking photos or standing next to the fire, but ...