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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Leirvik
... Serious rollers. You were going up or down. No flat. Had climbed 1700 feet by the halfway point. There went our plans for time. Time to just 'enjoy' the ride. And it was an amazing ride. Green rolling hills, views of the sea from high above, sharp curves, sheep, cows, goats, farmhouses and Norwegian flags everywhere. Fans in the middle of nowhere cheering Heia, Heia (pronounced heyYa' = go go) and waving the flag. Clearly very proud ...
... to its neighbouring island, Huftarĝ by a 27m bridge and the harbour of Bekkjarvik is immediately before this bridge. It isn't commodious and indeed, we were initially dismayed to find that it was completely full. Fortuitously however, two large power boats that were rafted together were about to leave, thus leaving us with ample space and we were helped in by adjacent friendly boat owners.
Bekkjarvik is described in the Pilot as being ...
... directional on a narrow bit to allow the opposite direction to inch past....But, there always those who leave you wondering how they are allowed to be in charge of a vehicle on these narrow, and I have to say challenging roads. Let's just say that I was heard to utter a few profanities from time to time, and if it wasn't for the fact that I am able to breathe-in to such an extent that we can just squeeze through.....And.....touch wood....so far, ...
... anyone’s standards. In my case 106 words will have to do!!!
The weather at present was reasonably clear with a slight breeze. Perfect weather that will make me go ‘ooh and ahh!!’ as each turning on our way to Geiranger reveals some new secret to this overwhelming odyssey.
The boat weighed anchor a little early at 10:30. See, even the captain must have been excited at the prospect and couldn’t wait to get moving again!!
..and we are staying in Os tonight at Bjornefjorden Gjestetun, it used to be a farm which is now been converted into a lovely hotel overlooking the fjords south of Bergen. As I sit here the view is amazing, I can see for miles and miles however I am wearing a fleece as the weather is still not playing ball. It was about an hour bus ride from Bergen and then it was meant to be a 10 ...