Thon Hotel Gildevangen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Today was my first fill day in Trondheim which is not really a big tourist destination in favour of the southern cities of Bergen and Norway. Having done some research however I thought it would be worth it and would be some ...
... sightseeing before our overnight train left at 11pm back to Oslo. It's a college town but most famous for Nidaros cathedral that dates back to 1070 commemorating St Olaf-one of the unifying kings of Norway. It is quite a beautiful church with rose windows, entertaining gargoyles carved by Vigeland (see some of his more tantalizing sculptures ...
... held out against the Germans. I don't need to tell you that of course the fort was up the side off mountain on another gravel road! You could just wander. Round the fort and see the gun battlements and turret set and were allowed inside to view the living quarters. It was very damp. So on to trondheim and a nice hotel with Rivate parking for the bikes and lovely rooms with free coffee and heated floors in the bathroom. By theta ewe had al showered and got ...
... hygiene in the besieged fortress.
There are still cannons on the ramparts and it looked as though the army (or Reserves) were preparing to fire them. We asked if it was to commemorate D-Day and were clearly told No, it was their annual celebration of Norway’s independence from Sweden which was granted on 7 June 1905. We have never before been so close to a 21-gun salute – it is ...
On Monday our day at sea was marred by the weather. Whereas we had sailed Trollfjord in glorious sunshine, Monday dawned stormy with rain and mist to dampen our spirits. Our only foray off the ship was in Sandnessjoen, a very pretty little town which we would have loved to explore further but with my umbrella turning inside out we retreated into the shelter of the ship's lounge.The rest of the day was spent there peering through the windows at the misty ...