Solstrand Hotel & Bad
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Friday 1st August Bergen was a very strategic city in the Hanseatic period , and we are reminded of this in the museum and the buildings like the rows of shops on Bryggen. With 30,000 students it is now very much a University city where students study healthcare ( dentistry,medicine), natural sciences,linguistics and technology subjects. Tourism must rank high on the economic chart too as Bergen is crawling with them. It is a start point for cruising ...
... I dropped my bags off first thing and came across a lady called Lera from South Korea who was doing exactly the same thing. She had been staying at a different hostel, which she said was "horrible" - I was starting to think that all hostels in Norway were tranquil oases of politeness and home comforts, but apparently I have just been lucky (although travelling in Cambodia may have caused a dramatic lowering of standards - and I ate more parts of animals than I previously knew existed). ...
... main highway goes under the harbour and the downtown portion of the city. The large oceanfront promenade is actually on top of the highway. We arrived in Bergen about 4:30. After checking into the hotel we did a short walk around the harbour and had seafood for dinner in an outdoor area. Thankfully there is only one cruise boat in today. Sometimes there are as many as 5. The city is very quaint and we will have time over the next 2 days to ...
... determined to enjoy Norway. Quite possibly the country I had been looking forward to the most.
We finally arrived at a spot for lunch, at arpund 3.45pm. We both bought some fruit and chocolate to help improve our moods. I made myself a banana roll but the roll was stale. We then both started to eat our chocolate bars but we'd stupidly put them on the ground earlier, in the shade, but the ground was very warm since it was a hot day and our chocolate had melted ...
... ride all the way back to the Eidfiord petrol station if I had to. The sleeping mats were tied together, and large, so they should be fairly easy to spot - and the vast vast majority of the time the road had a rock face on one side and a concrete barrier the other so it was unlikely that they'd have fallen off somewhere that they wouldn't be visible. So I rode back through the first tollway, nothing. I rode back up through the long tunnel to the bridge, nothing. I rode across ...