Solstrand Hotel & Bad
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... roaming the streets we look like distant relatives of EDDY THE EAGLE!!!!! BERGEN is very very pretty. Nestled in spectacular fiords, the City is an eclectic mix of a working port, little wooden houses, boutique shops and pretty churches. We have 2 nights in this delightful city and time to relax before we board the Hurtegruten working boat tomorrow afternoon to begin our 4 night voyage north to Tromso located above the Arctic ...
... walked up and down the street a number of times which is something we had intended to do, but in reverse order, and finally found a restaurant called the Filling Station at around 8:30am, both of us enjoyed French Toast with Bacon. Picked up our bags and headed off to catch the bus to the Airport, 50 minutes later we were at the Airport and killing time before our flight to Heathrow at ...
... aboard the MS Richard With - a basic spread which appeared to just be the leftovers they needed to get rid of - then watched as we sailed into Bergen. We alighted from the terminal after farewelling the crew and the boat and collecting our bags. There were just two taxis waiting, but everyone else was streaming past, so we nabbed the first one. However, there was cause for concern when the driver had to consult a map after I gave him the address we ...
... 471 km long & up to 1237 m above sea level..182 tunnels...yes 182.!! But still plenty to see. We arrived late in Oslo at 7.30 pm but quickly found the Thon Opera Hotel right at the station..and I mean right at the station..no taxi needed so I got 10 out of 10 for this location too! Talking about ratings ,the hotel critic I am accompanying on this excursion gave an 8 for the Bergan digs..It failed due to some work that need to be done in ...
... work harder if their employer is omniscient). I spent the rest of the afternoon away from the tourist trap of Bryggen, in the modern city centre. Wandering round bookshops (so many books on knitting!) and watching people through cafe windows (free refills on a rainy day is like winning the lottery). I was properly weary by mid-afternoon, so I headed back up to the hostel to sit on a sofa and read a book for a bit (ooh Jo Nesbo!). On the way I passed though the park in the middle of ...