Thon Hotel Bristol Bergen
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... got stuck, or maybe they knew once we got through this we'd need a whisky so it was somewhere to rest the bottle. Finally after about twenty miles the road started to drop, we came to tunnel, the snowplough pulled over, the cars in front of us sped off, we looked for someone to give the card back to, couldn't see anyone, so we just carried on. The road continued to drop, the snow disappeared and half an hour later we were turning into our accommodation for the night. Later in the ...
... Stave Church had also closed down for the season. The musician Grieg's home was now only open Sundays.
Along the wharf is the touristy fish market. They had fried items, fish and chips and a fish curry. I opted for the curry as ...
... got stronger as we neared the fish market but never went away totally. I guess they get used to it. The old part of the town near the fish market is delightful. Rows of old wooden buildings all leaning in different directions and painted in muted colours form a perfect backdrop to the harbour area. Each one stuffed full of wonderful jewellery, hand knits and the largest assortment of hats you could ever wish to see. I think we tried on most of ...
... those who had disembarked from a number of Cruise ships in the harbour. We wandered through the centre and down to the harbour which is lined by World Heritage Listed buildings, while the brightly coloured houses cling to the mountainside. The girls celebrated their triumphant completion of this difficult leg with a soft serve ice-cream in a cone(rather than begrudgingly always having to have the cheaper supermarket alternative). We then returned back on the ...
... their way from under the strap and fallen off the side of the bike at some point between Eidfiord and Alvik. I turned back and rode the way we had come for a while looking for them. After 15 minutes, just before we reached the fjord road toll point, Jess suggested I just let them go - but I couldn't. I was so upset, annoyed and frustrated that yet another thing - and an expensive thing - had become lost or broken, that I was so determined to find them that I decided I was ...