Thon Hotel Prinsen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... off and in Narara.
If you want to visit anywhere in the world and see things such as St Pauls or the Trevi Fountain, don't travel with us. You WILL be disappointed.
On the way home we had to pass the markets again so Jean and Olivia selected a variety of Olives, which in my book are as appetising as Celery. Then to a wine shop to get in a couple of bottles to keep us going for the evening and now we are settling down for a ...
... was the Husfliden. The usual suspects. Jennie got some Alpaca Tweed. Finally, there was a yarn store inside the mall. No, seriously. Another yarn store inside a mall. And it was really nice and overflowing. Nothing bought, but if you're in Trondheim, look for the Torg (name of the mall) and get shopping - it was cute and would be an easy way to pick up some yarn.
... go back within an hour you don't pay again - however we wasted time looking up campsites etc that it probably was over an hour later when we went through.
We eventually found a lovely campsite and a pitch right at the edge of the fjord next door to the ferry ...
... had a giant wooden Stave Church.
I'd checked the route on google and you had to get to a mountain tunnel and turn left. I wasn't sure how to since I was on foot so I was going to give it a try and if the tunnel wasn't passable I'd head back.
There were stairs leading to the houses above ...
... Bryggene), old city bridges, royal palace made of wood (Stiftsgarden). Walked the markets (celebrating summer) and bought local cheese and moose salami, passed by the statue of the founder of the city, Olav I Tryggvason (in 997,) and then dinner with Ingunn, Ian, and Rob and Rob who had found free camping nearby. John even fitted in a ( very expensive) hair cut and beard trim but feels normal again ...