Solstrand Hotel & Bad
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Walked around Bergen for like 8 hours. There's the tourist area, then the residential area. Every souvenir shop sells the same things, and the books in the shops are sold for half the price in the local shops a few blocks inland. Seriously, sooo many tourists! A lot of Japanese, Americans, Germans, and even Spanish ...
... many years until international competition put the pottery out of business. Later we took the Funicular up the mountain. It is a cable system, great for tourists as well as the many residents who live on the slopes. We stopped at a Starbucks which serves the same blends as in North America, however, the price is more than double. We also saw a Macdonald's without the Golden Arches on prominent ...
... blue-haired protagonist and constant reminders about the power of friendship...) but apparently they exist in real life. I'm hoping the same is true of lots of things in computer games, like cheat codes. If anyone has found any let me know - I'm especially interested in an equivalent for "motherlode" on The Sims so I can stop going to work and start building my mansion. Oh no. Just seen 30 British Girl Guides going on the front door of the ...
... everywhere, the fjord itself, which was superb, just fantastic.
That is until Sverre noticed our sleeping mats had gone. Fallen off the bike, god knows where. We retraced back to where we knew we had them but this was an hours travel back and then forward again and toll roads which I calculated to be about $90 in total just for the tunnel part. Sverre was determined to find them but I lost hope after about 20 minutes of looking, thinking that it would be ...
... in the rear view mirror and noticed that I could no longer see the sleeping mats. I immediately pulled over, hoping that it was just the way they were positioned behind Jess, but they were gone. Disaster. One was the expensive thermarest that Dad had bought me when I was in cub scouts and had served me so well for many, many years, and the other was a foam mattress that Jess had hired so we could go camping together. The strap holding them down was still there, but they must ...