Thon Hotel Prinsen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... rock are simply just massive and one struggles to take in the massive size of them.Onwards I plod along this scenic road. I stopped at a lovely lakeside and went for a short stroll along the waters edge. The water was extremely clear and as flat as a mill pond. As per usual here in Norway many wonderful little houses were built on the shore with balcony's overlooking the lake.Finally on my way once again and I'm now heading for the town of Sunndalsora ...
... I don't know what John will be doing, but I expect the same.
# of countries: 24
# of cities: 54
# of bus rides: 11
# of taxis: 2
... her FRIEND had offered to cook a traditional Norwegian meal the next night so I was pretty excited to get a decent home cooked meal for the first time in a long time!
After packing effectively 2 days of tourist activities into the previous day Tuesday was simply about planning the next few days and getting in some exercise. I managed to push out a 7km at reasonable pace, albeit could barely feel my hands and face by the end, and then I grabbed my ...