Thon Hotel Sandven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free parking
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... noise was clear. About 10 people were inside the grounds acting out a medieval sword fight, complete with costumes and shields. Our recommendation for tea was a pub just up the road. We found Dr Weisener without a problem. The girl behind the bar was the only one working and the place seemed pretty popular, even for a Wednesday night, so we quickly placed our orders and sat down. The pasta of the day was an odd concoction. The waitress had said it was ...
... English at Cambridge as I wondered how someone from China could afford to come all this way and pay local prices.
Originally from Shanghai she was doing a different cruise option so would not be sailing with me. She had chosen the more popular shorter ...
We decided to go to the museum this morning to take a walking tour of parts of the old city. The tour began at the Bryggens Museum, the main historical museum in the city. The town has existed since the 1100's and had Viking origins. It was a trade center and for some time was the capital of Norway which included Iceland, Greenland, the Faero Islands, Shetland and the Orkneys. The Black Plague ...
... most of the evening interacting with only the host's pets or the washing up - then you experience a lack of connection. Not alone, but lonely. I also had a lovely chat with an American called David about the most shocking/gory/satisfying deaths on Game of Thrones (OMG smashed watermelons!), so my cup of social interaction overfloweth this evening. So all in all a day of reflections and connections - the familiar, the other, the human, the natural ...and perhaps in one or more of those, the ...
... being the 1,396 meter Stavem tunnel and the 480 meter one that that puts the railway on the right angle to cross the Rauma River on the famous Kylling Bridge. The last part of the journey is probably the most scenic as you have excellent views of the valley of Romsdalen with the associated features of the Trollveggen and Romsdalshorn. Arriving in Andalsnes station, we alight and are transferred to a bus that will take us on the relatively short trip across the magical ...