Thon Hotel Gyldenlove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dad’s father) was the 6th, born in 1888. By all accounts the family was estranged from him and granddad never spoke of him so we know very little about him. Times were hard in the 1870’s and there was a lot of migration, mostly to the USA, it was post-war times and little work around, he probably wouldn’t have had much money in his life.
The family connections we saw today dated back ...
We were more organised today and did four things on what turned out to be a beautiful summer's day.
First stop was the relatively new Opera House on the water's edge all covered in white marble and a stunning angular roof that ran right into the harbour. Everybody was climbing all over it!
I must say we have seen some creatives modern architecture in this part of the world. If Paul Raven is reading this, his mob need to sharpen their pencils! However some of ...
... the beach area. People were spread out over everything -- sand, rocks, grass, you name it. We laid out for a bit, wishing we had some cold beers. Travis went to go check how cold the water was and it was pretty cold, as expected. We debated what "sea" this technically was -- it seems to be connected to the North Sea, though I'm not sure how they refer to this in Norway.
At the beach and in the park, it is popular ...
Our last night in Geiranger was a definite highlight. We have a musician as one of our group, and there was a piano in the lobby. What a night. He was a "Blues" player but talented enough to play anything. Keith even sang "Some Enchanted Evening" to a very shy young Singaporean lady - I don't think she knew anything about "South Pacific". Tonight sees our celebration dinner and farewell to new friends, tour director and bus driver. Our driver has been great. ...
... for some of the paintings on display. The Scream needed no explanation; however, another painting looked like it had been made specifically for a sunscreen commercial. Luckily, Hannah didn't seem to mind my uncultured sense of humor when it came to the art.
Our next stop was to take a ferry to another part of the city where 3 of the museums we wanted to visit were located, but wouldn't you know it, the ferries had closed down for the season, ...