Thon Hotel Linne
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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A short walk away is the new Royal Palace similar in style to Buckingham Palace. This one however is open concept with no railings ...
... caught sight of the northbound Hurtigruten coming in to port, but the views in the other direction were just as interesting. I couldn't see the Lyngen alps because there were a load of other mountains in the way, but trails led off in all directions. There were streams, hills, tiny flowers of every colour, little red berries and springy moss and heather. I practically frolicked. Over every little hill there was a more rewarding view, and I was led on ...
... opera libretti in Norwegian and English in addition to the original language.
... the sauce and vegetable were good. After lunch, we walked by the pier (where we were last night) and towards the architecture museum and the museum of contemporary art. Both turned out to be rather disappointing to us. Well, we are not museum people to start with. These 2 museums were a bit beyond our comprehension. We're glad that we did not have to pay to go in :-) I took a few photos of the contemporary arts which might prove my point. But we did like some of the sculptures in ...
... bend and pass by the town of Aurland before docking in the picture postcard village of Flam. Also docked there is a huge MSC cruise liner, the Orchestra. Seems so out of place here but I guess the water is certainly deep enough! We learn later that there is a push by some of the locals to stop the cruise ships visiting. They mustn't be in the tourist industry. Once on dry land again we spend a couple of hours visiting the local sights and attractions, the favourite for me ...