Thon Gildevangen Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trondheim
... settlements and fishing villages. At 4-15 we were called onto the deck to watch our approach to Kristiansund. This was spectacular as we turned from the main fjord into the long harbour, under a towering bridge and seemed to sail right into the heart of the town. The cliffs overlooking the sound were dotted with wooden houses and there were plenty of small ships moored in the marina.
Here we disembarked for our second excursion of the day. ...
... have been restored I to shops and cafes. There is also a beautiful wooden old town bridge 'Gamle Bybro' which was built in 1861 on a site that has had a bridge since 1681. Trondheim was a beautiful small city, lots of trees and open squares, somewhere you could imagine living. Our original plan had been to spend the night in Ostersund across the Swedish boarder but we had checked the weather and ...
... and toilet) before we left Australia. It cost 900 SEK and included breakfast. Just fell into bed and went to sleep! Had a shower in the morning. This was a rather cute system. The water operated on a timer - press and get 60 seconds - you know. So the water came out as a spray - so a spray over the basin if you were just washing your hands, or a spray over the shower area. I actually washed my hair and it all worked fine - water stayed hot. I was impressed!
... dzialo na niebie ciezko opisac slowami. Zielonkawe smugi pojawialy sie i znikaly na roznych czesciach niebosklonu. Gdybym byl choc troche pijany to pomyslalbym ze nadchodzi Wojna Swiatow (TM). Niestety moim dziadowskim aparatem nie bylem w stanie zrobic zdjecia nie bedacego czarna plama wiec musicie mi wierzyc na slowo. Ale jedno jest pewne - widzac cos takiego bedac dzikusem z 7-9wieku nie trudno dopowiedziec sobie reszty w postaci bogow, Valhalli i ...
... people in this rather remote part of Norway. As the tide lapped around the edges of the "boat" we retired to the cafe for a drink and a game of Banagrams. Before we knew it, it was gone 2pm, and everyone was hungry. By now the clouds were high and a watery sun had appeared. We decided to give the trip to the fishing village a miss and had our picnic lunch on the terrace overlooking the bay...followed by an hour or so reading in the sun. One ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed