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Travel Blogs from Trondheim
... a field near the train station that should face north and give us a good view of the sky. We are crossing our fingers that the clouds go away and we can get a glimpse of something. We wouldn't be crushed if we don't see the Northern Lights though. We figured that we can always just go to Canada.
Our night train tonight leaves at 11:13 and should ultimately get us to Stockholm by 1:20 tomorrow afternoon. Then I am taking a shower and climbing into bed to ...
On Monday our day at sea was marred by the weather. Whereas we had sailed Trollfjord in glorious sunshine, Monday dawned stormy with rain and mist to dampen our spirits. Our only foray off the ship was in Sandnessjoen, a very pretty little town which we would have loved to explore further but with my umbrella turning inside out we retreated into the shelter of the ship's lounge.The rest of the day was spent there peering through the windows at the misty ...
... Ida, showed us through the museum and demonstrated some of the old piano and piano-like instruments. There were interesting instruments from all over the world.
We are now back on the ship and cruising along the west coast of Norway. Tomorrow is our last day on the ship. We disembark with our car at a place called Solvaer in the Lofoten islands. Tomorrow morning some time between 7 and 8 am. we cross the Arctic circle.
Here are a few pics from ...
... of us. There was free Wi-Fi on board and we used it to catch up on some phone calls and post on Facebook. This express boat is like a bus or a train - lots of locals using it to move between towns. It stopped at a few places - I remember stopping at Edoy and Sandstad. Kristiansund to Trondheim took us 3 hours and 35 minutes. The weather was a bit dismal, but that just added to the atmosphere. I was pleased we'd added an express boat to our itinerary too. And ...
From 06.00 to 12.00 we were able to go ashore and visit Trondheim. Tracy as well as Geoffrey had studied up on the city and led us on a lovely and informative tour. Viva the Kindle!
First we visited the largest remaining wooden structure in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed