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TripAdvisor Reviews Sognefjord Hotel Leikanger
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... overlook with a 270 degree view. To add to the excitement, it was incredibly windy, nearing blowing me off my feet. The wind also made it cold! After 21/2 hours, we reached to tourist town of Lom, in a very scenic location. We had a delicious salmon lunch, then went to the local museum to learn about glacier archeology. This means finding ancient artifacts at the melting edge of the glacier. They have found things more than 2,000 years old, such as skis, arrows, ...
... wonderful fjord scenery. We all took lots of photos then went inside for the last 10 minutes as it was getting chilly. The boat sailed up Nærøyfjord then around the bend and finishes the trip at the head of the Aurlandsfjord. Both these fjords are arms of the Sognefjord which is Norway's longest fjord. The Nærøyfjord, is on UNESCO's World Heritage List. You can understand why. The scenery where the mountains tower over you with snow-covered mountain ...
... closed to visitors, as it is undergoing renovation due to flood damage. Looking in the window we could see that inside has no floorboards and is basically bare. Checking what this was about, I discovered that in October 2014 there was serious flooding in this area after heavy rain. 200 people had ...
... she became Executive Director of the Nike Foundation and after she retired from that was recruited to be Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Portland. They have a winter home near Phoenix and travel all over the world at will. They came here via Gothenburg, where they picked up their new Volvo and visited their daughter's boyfriend's Swedish parents.
They say they paid less for the Volvo than they would have at home and Volvo paid for their ...
... sailed in, and both of those ships anchored in the tiny harbor and ferried passengers back and forth.
We had booked a "Fjordsafari" rib-boat tour for later in the morning, but K and I decided to get off as soon as possible and walk around the tiny but impossibly beautiful little town. We were among the first off the ship, and in fact some of the first non-locals to be walking around as shops began to open. Flam's biggest tourist ...