Thon Hotel Bronnoysund

Address: Soemnaveien 98, Bronnoysund, Nordland, North Norway, 8900, Norway | Hotel
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          First Full Day on Ship

          A travel blog entry by m.barsness on Sep 15, 2015

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          Today was our first full day on the ship. We are on the MS Midnatsol. In terms of cruise ship size, this is a relatively small ship. It's maximum capacity is 1000 however I don't think there are that many people on the ship. There are multiple decks with a variety of viewing option. The scenery is spectacular. Basically non stop mountains dotted with house and farms. The big event in the morning was the crossing of the Arctic Circle. We crossed it at about 0920. ...

          Day 35

          A travel blog entry by peterica on Aug 17, 2015

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          ... of salmon, salt and sugar is used to cure a fillet overnight, by placing the sugar and salt between the two fillets of a fish no turning it at least 4 times during the curing process. This is traditionally how the Finnish eat salmon. We have had salmon at the buffet, in various forms, for every breakfast and lunch on this voyage. Tonight we have our last dinner and we leave the ship in Bergen lunchtime ...

          Day 34 Roisoyhamn to Svolaer

          A travel blog entry by peterica on Aug 16, 2015

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          ... English signs, impossible to verify. On the ship we read and watched the scenery on this lovely warm sunny day. We passed a small island with a huge rock in the middle called Troghatten Mountain. It has a hole right through the middle, which is 480 feet long, 115 feet high and 35feet wide. Tonight we cross the Folda Sea and now that we are no longer in the arctic circle it is now dark outside at 11pm. This is the first real dark night we have experienced for a ...

          Leaving the Arctic Circle and the Seven Sisters

          A travel blog entry by kathypender on Jun 19, 2015

          41 photos

          ... was duck breast, with creamy cabbage and parsnip and potato mash. The duck breast itself was tasty! Not sure if it was the champagne or fishy starter or too many sweets during the day, but I was feeling a little sick. I left Dylan to have his dessert and went back to the room for a shower and jumped in bed. Poor Dylan's gluten free dessert was a fizzer, a bit of orange and apple cut up on a plate! Did a bit of blogging then off to bed at ...


          A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on May 23, 2015

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... 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) and read. ...