Thon Hotel Bronnoysund
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... 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 ...
... made me smile. The other thing we have been seeing here in norway are wheelie bin houses. Lots of houses have small wooden pitched roofed sentry boxes to put their wheelie bins in. They are really ornate with carvings and flowers outside. Obviously ther is not much to do in the winter ..... We also regularly see people skiing down the motorway - but skiing on skis with wheels, training I guess but funny when they are going downhill with ski poles tucked under their arms. Anyway ...
1st time in my live so much rain riding was practically impossible but other motordrivers pulled me through. Driving in the rain that comes down with such a quantity is very difficult. Inside of my helmet was wet, motorcycle was steaming but still i saw other mc's that were driving so i pulled through.
next stop narvik
... The other attraction, on the second ferry trip we cross the polar circle again, so we are now back below the polar circle. Same symbolic globe in the landscape, maybe the same, maybe not, we have to verify how we went in the Hurtigruten last week and compare with the trip today to be sure.
Further on we moved to Mo i Rana, a small city on the E6 which we have to take to go back to the south tomorrow.
For dinner we went into city, but ...
... toilet. Getting the car on board takes a little bit longer. The Hurtigruten is a service boat that goes from Bergen to Kirkenes up high in the north and back to Bergen in 11 days, but stops 33 times in between in each direction. It is more like a stop train, which means that cars can enter and exit at most places on the route and hence have to sorted in the right way to make sure they get in and out in the right order.
Around 12 we ...