Solstrand Hotel & Bad
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- Swimming pool
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... search of a guard, to be told that there was a number 9 but it was labelled 8 and was the wrong size, they were 30 seats short. This meant that we just had to sit where we could, which meant none of us had window seats and my ears were positively ringing from the incessant chatter of two (Russian I think) women behind me - they didn't even seen to breathe!!! The weather was not so good today as opposed to when we travelled the ...
... and exciting for us was the fact that it was actually Kon Tiki herself that was here, I was quite excited! Again, the exhibition was excellently laid out and very informative. Also here was Ra II, a papyrus boat that in 1970 he sailed across the Atlantic, again in an attempt to prove the possibility that Africa and South America were linked and that people crossed using craft such as these. Heyerdahl then went on to conduct a large number ...
... in the 1920's, populated the park with his sculptures, 212 in all and all of humans intertwined with each other, not in a sexual sense but wrapped round one another. In truth we were not that taken with them and it seems, neither were many critics at the time as according to Wikipedia, they said that his sculptures 'reeked of Nazi mentalities'. Whatever the subliminal reasons, we were not that enamoured.
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... it wouldn’t be ready for me until 5 that evening, he was still fine-tuning things such as making sure that I had an English keyboard set and not Norwegian, which would have been dire. He also told me that my old drive was still OK and that I could use it as an external drive with the use of a cable and protective box, which of course I bought as well.
That afternoon, Julie and ...
... on the Bryggen wharf, amazing, as we would learn tomorrow. We explored the amazing wooden walkways and centuries old buildings which were leaning precariously over the alleys. Luckily without hordes of tourists as the cruise ships had left for the night. The shops were closed. Far out, why hasn’t a movie been made here, probably has. Certainly deserves it's UNESCO World Heritage ranking. We strolled through the maze, met some dodgy looking characters up ...