- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... salinity balances out with the sea it's connected to. At a small waterfall we all turned around, and paddled much closer to the shore on the way back. We passed some unattended sheep on the banks - I'm not even sure how they got there given the sheer cliff faces on either side - and paddled back towards the boat houses until we stopped at a cliff edge. The tour guide told us about a wreck beneath us, which is unfortunately only visible during extremely low tides, from a ...
... had the same experience before and knew the solution. The roundabout in the tunnel was there, to bring you to a new bridge that replaced the ferry.
So on we went. Along nice little rivers, along smaller and bigger fjords over the mountains in places where the snow never melts. We even got a nice view of a glacier bathing in the son, probably Hardangerjøkulen Glacier, everything seems to be called ...
... its slumber and brightened up our day, just in time for the final five-hour train ride to Oslo.
The funny thing about travel is that even under less-than-ideal conditions that end up "ruining" your day, you can usually still find something enjoyable or memorable. In this case, there were two things, the first being seeing the enjoyment of other tourists, and hearing them oohing and aahing over the scenery. It makes you appreciate the natural beauty ...
... of snow. The river water had cut its way through many of these walls and
glaciers and made tunnels under much of the ice making for some good
Away up high on the edge of this wonderful mountain I am once again looking
down from the cliff tops towards the frozen lake way down below. From up here it
simply looked like quite a large lake but only after I realised a small white
lump at the edge of the lake was a rather large house and not ice as I first ...
... and had a hard cider tasting. We are in an area of Norway that produces apples and the hard cider. The apples are delicious and so is the hard cider. The locals say, "it doesn't go to the head but to the knees". The alcohol content is around 8%. Need I say more. Since are quest for laundry facilities proved fruitless we enjoyed a lazy late afternoon. Tomorrow we head to Utne also on the ...