Thon Hotel Trondheim
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... by the new marina and the new waterside apartments.
On my way back I found a supermarket. Here they had some decent priced food. They had frozen fish burgers like Korean odeng which would give me some protein. I paid 62K with some orange juice ...
A very different landscape leading to Trondheim,much flatter land, rocky in the beginning,then flat farm land with lots of balage [long daylight everything grows at speed] little farms,and some not so little, barns and houses, all so tidy as is Norway, in general, but not an animal to be seen, cows I guess, live inside..
The city, 4th largest in Norway,is a lovely place ,trees line the streets,a lot of them ...
... 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 ...
... decide I better get on my way. Its almost 10h30 and I have not even started my main journey north yet!!Back down the pass I head and I'm heading for the town of Andalsnes where I will refuel the bike and take the scenic route to the main road North which is the E6.As I leave the town I head onto a rather small and scenic road which takes me along the edge of the scenic waters called Larafjord and through many small beautifully kept Norwegian villages. The road ...
We walked to the old bridge and then up the hill to the Kristiansten Festning (fort). There was a free lift on the hill for bikes, a triangular plate in a track in the ground, the cyclist puts their foot against the plate a bit like a pommel lift for skiers. Good views from the top.