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Travel Blogs from Trondheim
... would see them much later and they would sheepishly admit to getting lost at the getgo. Anyway we walked to downtown, wandered the area and then up to the cathedral (I've been in so many churches lately ......). We toured this and found out there was to be a free organ recital....joy! How lucky for us. How not true! A recital it was, but the choice of music was less than stellar. ...
... the far distance the sun is shining right on the snow covered mountains and the reflections in the foreground water made for fantastic photography and so of course it was start/stop every few minutes.At one point I pulled over into a picnic area on the banks of one of the many rivers. Here at the edge of the road was yet another abandoned house. I of course being interested in old buildings etc just could not help myself and I just had to go and explore what ...
... smooth in the clear light. We misstime our visit to Munkholmen Island and have to leave almost immediately. I am not sorry, for it's terrible history as a Viking and Nazi execution ground is chilling. In the evening we are lucky enough to be invited out for a home cooked meal featuring fresh nutritious local fish and berries. Monday the 26 th is another beautiful day and we set out to walk part of the Ladestein. Following the waters edge the trail ...
... promising. Nothing on the other side; nothing to the left, so we went right through the mud and the road works.... Right decision - came across a bridge over the railway lines to the railway station! Eventually found the lockers (the girl on information was new - she got to know us by the end of the day!); deposited our bags in said lockers; found out we couldn't reserve a seat on the train to Ostersund; got a map - then over the bridge crossing the Nid ...
Earl was up at 5am to get outside and see what's happening. I awoke as we docked at Trondheim. We met for breakfast at 7am so we could tour Trondheim until 10 am. However, we had a fun surprise shortly after we began eating. A men's choir came marching into the restaurant singing in Norwegian. Beautiful acapella harmony, for about 30 minutes.
After our serenade, we bolted for the off ramp and Trondheim . It took about 25 minutes to get to the middle of ...
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