Thon Hotel Bronnoysund
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... if anyone told him to go to Hell he would be alright, because he had a return ticket. He always carried this ticket in his wallet, and would show it to Ros and me when we were young.
In Norwegian apparently hell means welcome and the town is just ...
Leaving Trondheim early (for us), were on the road for 9AM!! The roads were empty, wide and despite paying some tolls of 80p or £1.60, teh escape back into the country was very easy.
Having settled into a steady 80Km per hour on the E6, teh Km just rolled by interspersed with sightings of the sun (yippee) and Reindeer at the side of the road happily munching on grass as well as seeing Cranes refilling ...
... cloudy, begins to drizzle and by the time we get into the zodiacs and are on our way back to the ship, the rain has turned to sleet. Conditions do not improve by the time the boat reaches Visten National Park. Four activities are offered: short, medium and long hikes and a 45 minute Zodiac cruise. Some of our shipmates venture out, but we stay in, check out the gym (machines I do not know how to work) ...
We stopped at a small cafe for morning tea where Wayne ordered a cappuccino and got a cup of froth.... He wasn't impressed. He couldn't get tea as they didn't have any.... Interesting for a cafe. Anyway, sitting and chatting to our bus friends when a lady from another table asked me where we were from, so I engaged in a little conversation. BIG mistake...... Nutter! Wayne left me and went to the toilet, James couldn't get his head further into his ...
... ve been well-loved, as fishing vessels in northern Norway carried a black cloth in their sails for 100 years after his death as a sign of mourning. The Seven Sisters is a mountain chain of supposedly seven peaks, but we only counted six. Legend has it that the seven sisters were beautiful maidens who were turned to stone because they didn't hide before sunrise. Later we passed Torghatten, a mountain known for the hole in its middle. The 480-foot long, 115-foot high and ...