Thon Hotel Bergen Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... remote!!! 0953: Moving! Scenery is stunning! Honefoss Station 6 minutes time...only 5 hours to go! It's -9C outside. So you can follow our progress we are close to Nokleby.......apparently we have or had a technical problem with the engine so we are 15 mins behind schedule????.....Getting colder -12C! Scenery Meter 8/10 "brrrr" -14C! Passing through steep sided ravines, tunnels, snowy valleys with glimpses of mountain ranges in the distance. 1147: ...
... most scenic railway journey in the world, from Greymouth to Christchurch on New Zealand's South Island, and didn't see a thing. But as soon as the conductor announced a waterfall was about to appear on our left, there it was in full sunlight. And that was the end of the mist. However, the journey was peppered with tunnels. They were prominent throughout the day, but this leg more so than any other. It seemed like we were in a tunnel for a couple of minutes before there ...
... bonus for a city that gets over 200 days of rain a year. Slight change in our itinerary due to Hurricane Cristobel.. We have to miss the Shetland Islands and go straight to the Faroe Islands for an afternoon and the over to Iceland to wait out the storm...so we get 3 days instead of 2 ...
... being taken from port to port - The Hurtigruten is as much a working ship as a cruise liner. I am most definitely steerage - more Leo than Kate (but if it comes to it there's no way she's keeping that door all to herself). I don't have a cabin, or a suite, or even a bed, but I'm hoping to find some where to curl up for a few hours during the night! I've got some peach tea and a fish sandwich, so I think I'll be ok. The ship I'm on, ...
... wrong with it but nothing unique and completely out of sight of the sea for the most part. The advantage (?) was that it was somewhatless strenuous. Good thing because it still took nine hours to get back to Bergen. So the plan was to go back to the campsite and bus into town for my bike ticket. However, as I was religiously following the route signs, I ended up downtown anyway. So here I am at the YMCA. Pretty tired, but looking forward to catching a thing or two that I missed ...