Thon Hotel Gildevangen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... and second oldest. It was the capital at one point (so was Bergen, we learned). There was the old part of town, and new areas, and there're many modern buildings.
The cathedral was the most famous in Scandinavia and it was very beautiful. It took 250 years to build. A lot was destroyed later and the one we saw was reconstructed in many parts. We had a guided tour which was very informational. Learned a little about Roman style vs Gothic style (I want to read a ...
... We were just about falling off our seats with laughter it was so bad.
After sitting here in the restaurant for well over 2 hours munching away on food and drinking gallons of coffee we thought we better get out of here before we get chucked out and so off up to deck we went.
The scenery outside had changed for the worst and was now rather bleak. On board was also just as bleak and the entertainment other than that so called toddler singing team was simply ...
On the boat at last. Bergen airport was crazy , lots of flights had been cancelled or delayed by weather, but we're here at last. The boat is very smart, and about the size of one of the larger Nile boats, so not really a " cruise ship" at all. We've been told the sea has been very rough so I hope it's a bit better at that than a Nile boat would be. At dinner the food was great- lots of seafood, and herring ...
... of any country!! I'm not sure if that's true but it sure feels like it!
We managed to stop and get a few foggy pictures of the bridges on the Atlantic Road, it was beautiful and I'm sure would have been even more stunning if we could have seen the view.
Although the roads were pretty the drive was long, so as soon as we got to the campsite we set up, had dinner and called it a night!
... in Sweden if you're intoxicated - so they were all anticipating getting put off (without having to pay). Had some interesting conversations - they learned about Australia and we learned about Sweden.
We arrived at Ostersund C about 20.43 - just before the cafe closed. So we got something to eat (latte and some sort of cake/pastry which cost 56 SEK, $9.26, for both of us - good value!) and ate on the bench in the 'waiting room'. I guess we read ...