Thon Hotel Linne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the beach area. People were spread out over everything -- sand, rocks, grass, you name it. We laid out for a bit, wishing we had some cold beers. Travis went to go check how cold the water was and it was pretty cold, as expected. We debated what "sea" this technically was -- it seems to be connected to the North Sea, though I'm not sure how they refer to this in Norway.
At the beach and in the park, it is popular ...
... we went to a separate museum to see a ship I read about as a teenager - the Kon-Tiki. I must re-read the book.
This exhibition also has the Ra 2 - from Thor Heyerdal's next voyage. I took loads of photo's so let me ...
... was different. Huge granite life size statues, naked.
We then went on to The Fram Ship museum. This is a ship that was specifically built to get to the North Pole. It also went to the South Pole and Greenland. Again interesting place to visit and one of the better museums we have been to. Difficult to imagine what living conditions would have been like for these pioneers.
Once the tours had finished we had time for lunch and free time to ...
... and started removing my sweatshirt, socks etc. We did have more luck this time though, as the train wasn't as full. At first I was afraid more people would be getting on, so I avoided moving to another seat, but at around 1:30 in the morning, I finally decided it was worth it. We each had two seats to ourselves, making it easier to sleep. While I didn't sleep great, compliments of the extra room and sleeping pill, I slept better than the first ...
... her. They were buried with all sorts of equipment. Axes, looms, cooking utensils, sleds even. The sleds were on display, incredibly ornate carvings on them. Very clever and artistic these vikings. I don't know what conditions were like on the ships though. I counted 15 oar holes on each side which meant there had to be at least 30 men on board and thats not including the guy who held the rudder. There was not a whole lot of space "below deck" so I'm guessing it got a bit cozy and ...