Thon Hotel Bergen Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was an epic journey by train, boat, bus and then train again to go from Oslo to Bergen. Rick Steves guide book describes the trip as the best way to see 'Norway' in one day. We left on an 8:20 am train from Oslo Station (fortunately only a 10 minute walk from our hotel) travelling through the Norwegian countryside to arrive at Myrdal. We had gained 990meters in elevation and gone through several climate zones. For the most part the country looked very west coast. Lots of trees ...
... There are several waterfronts within the town, and the housing climbs the sides of the hills. Really a spectacular place. Then reality sets it. We walked over to a local pub and got two locally brewed pints and the cost was 240 NOK, or Norwegian Krone, which is equivalent to $30US. They were really good beers, but I'm not sure they were worth $15 each. We'd been told ...
... Norwegian Nazi party , called Nasjonal Samling, to Nazify the Norwegian people and how the people objected. It’s a pity that there doesn’t seem to be the same trend to resist the efforts of an occupying force in ISIS controlled areas today. Turning back to then, resistance movements of all shapes and sizes cropped up throughout Norway but Bergen was a hotbed, largely because of Bergen’s relative proximity to the UK, where the 'Shetland Bus’ ...
... wine shops. Never the supermarket. We only found one of these in Oslo and it was shut. You can buy full strength beer in supermarkets up to 8.00pm. After this time you can only buy low-strength beer. If you decide to buy a pint in your hotel, as we did, it will cost you about $20 a glass. We are embracing this opportunity to cut down on alcohol consumption. Yeah, right. We are actually now in Stockholm but will leave this for Sue to update. All love ...
... just as much as booking one ie, around 1250 NOK or £110 each. A lot for a day out but if it’s the only way to see the sights, then so be it.
They arrived on the dot of 18:58 and after a struggle with their luggage which weighed a ton (gin, cake and our mail adding significantly to the weight) we were on board and drinking champagne and chatting ten to the dozen in no time. In fact we were so busy, that I forgot to take any ...