Solstrand Hotel & Bad
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... at 320 m it towers right over the city. Fantastic views..see pics ..made all that much better with a fine clear day. Fine and clear that is until we came back to sea level at noon then it rained a little. Straight to the Bergenhus Festning known in English as the Bergen fort. And quite some fortification this is too. We explored Halkon's Hall (1248) and Rosenkrantz Tower (1560), both serious fortifications and now forming part of the fort ...
... the mind towards the immaterial. Something about the height and the space that creates an awareness in me of my own internal spaces. The usual say a prayer, light a candle situation was on offer. I've been tending to avoid religious ritual, rejecting the right of anyone else to include me in their spiritual agenda, but this was on my own terms, in my own time. I wanted to do something physical, again, to express the ineffable and the numinous that was drawing me. I'm not sure ...
... that he would not lose his memory of the great poems of the other city. The book is surreal and confusing - there are flying manta rays, tiny elk with glowing antlers, carnivorous shoals of oysters wandering through people's bedrooms at night (occasionally sucking all the blood out of them while they slept), green marble streetcars whose tracks go through gardens and forests and shops, and in every dark space and blind spot there is something that we assume isn't there that belongs to ...
... I finally had a waffle in Europe so I was satisfied.
It was about 2am by the time we arrived back at the house and I soon said goodnight and headed off to bed.
The next day, everyone had a good sleep in. Lars served up a very decent bacon and eggs breakfast around 12pm. We hadn't really decided what to do in Bergen. Maybe walk about the mountain nearby or take Lars' boat and go swimming. Since I still hadn't been swimming since Italy I was pretty eager ...
... an hour fifteen away - by 4pm. I emailed him to let him know what was going on, and he rang and told me there was a sports store in Norheimsund. We dropped in but it had closed at 3pm and wouldn't be open tomorrow being Sunday. Defeated, thinking we'd have to change our plans to leave Monday to go camping and instead have to spend a bunch of time finding replacement sleeping mats, I tried to shake off being mad about something I couldn't change and rode to Bergen. We ...