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... town and found a supermarket and bought chicken and salad for dinner. Back to the room past Vangskyrkja church. It was king Magnus the lawmaker who ordered this elegant stone cathedral to be built. After a prolonged construction it was completed in 1277 in a mixture of Romanesque and gothic styles. We sat out on our verandah and ate dinner. But it was a bit chilly in the shade so back inside for a shower and some internet. I packed my bag and we were in bed by ...
Later a large group of Russian men came aboard. One was playing really loud Russian music on his speakers oblivious to whether everyone else on the trip wanted to hear Russian music. Eventually a giant sized Norwegian guy went over and told them to ...
... a very slippery road, an incline, plus my luggage, Jess' luggage and two people, it was all a bit much. I stopped, asked Jess to jump off, and very slowly backed my way to the tunnel entrance where I could turn around. I was desperate to see where this mysterious tunnel went (Aladdin's Cave maybe?), but better to be safe and leave the mystery in tact I think. The second campsite was more successful, there were no houses around and the road it was on was reasonably ...
... is arriving. This beautiful and dramatic landscape that passes your window kept me gawking for the whole 7 hour train journey, taking many many many photos! **KST: look at the NSB website as early as 3 months in advance to secure cheap train tickets. it is well worth the savings to plan in advance. BERGEN Cute town with a busy port area centered around the Fish Market and World Heritage Listed Bryggen (old houses) area of town. Can take a funicular up Mount Fløyen to get views ...
... of fluster. All grace and good humour, exchanging a humourous comment with the now-seated ex-aisle-waiting woman. They both laughed. A few surrounding passengers smiled broadly. A momentarily difficult situation passed into history. Many a warm-feeling nurtured.
Tomorrow, we're on the little 'switch-back' train from Flam to Myrdahl - one of the world's great railway journeys - then on to Oslo mid-afternoon.
LoL to all,