Thon Hotel Gildevangen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... than going into a TD branch they said if I used an ATM part of the 'plus' network it would unlock the card. I was walking to every bank machine but getting rejected in each one.
Finally I went back to the train station and took ...
... a barbecue. we got back and she cooked most of it, including the cod we caught.
Once the food was ready we sat down on her balcony with one of her friends and enjoyed the delicious meal. it was so good.
Dessert came around where we had red currents and custard. SOOOO GOOOD. I am going to put it on our Christmas list when i make dinner.
The rest of the evening was spent watching tv and talking.
Sunday 31st August ...
We stopped at Trondheim. Stayed with Oddlaug, sister of our Brisbane friends Ingunn and Ian Schrimshaw, who were visiting. Ian took us on a mini city tour of Trondheim - the magnificent Nidaros cathedral, (the world's northernmost cathedral, where St/King Olav was buried in 1030). Truly beautiful in its simplicity. Unfortunately, no photography allowed.
Then the old city ...
... block we chat by the bikes and the stories he is telling me about electronic problems he has had with his BMW. He tells me the gear selector switch went wrong and the bike thought it was always in gear and so would not start. Other times it thought it was in neutral and so it started but every time he put it into gear it cut the engine. What a nightmare. Thank goodness my little Honda has been so reliable.After a long chat and loads more photos around the ...
... House. In an attempt to rival the Sydney Opera House, it comes in a close second. Photos do not do it justice. An angular building with sloping rooves everywhere, which scale great heights and also tip straight into the bay. Most of Oslo were walking up and down the white marble, with skateboarders champing at the bit "ride the rooves".
Next was a VERY long trip north by bus ...