Thon Hotel Moldefjord
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
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... our Hotel in Copenhagen has been "removed" by our room attendant and I have to guess the amount using a tiny plastic teaspoon. Outside is pitch black and The Nordkapp is pressing along at a good steady speed.......from our cabin you can make out the odd green and red navigational light and not much else! LIFE ABOARD: You soon settle into the routine. Breakfast 0745 - up on deck by 0830 - still pitch black but a glimmer of light spreads from the east. We are hugging the coastline ...
... it is more of a tradition.
We walked on part of the Varden trail and then to a lower viewpoint. We returned through a beautiful park with a Chateau House and along the waterway back to the ship. After lunch, we walked to the main shopping area, Storgata, with its Jazz Boy and Rose Maiden statues. We watched many of the local ferries come and go from our deck.
... of God that the wind was blowing the same way as I was heading.
Mile after mile and photo after photo it is all the way up this pass. Finally I reach the summit of the pass which is called "Rauma Kommune". I have no idea what height it is here as the information sign has been blown over and no ways was I going to try and lift it.
The weather up here is bitter and the wind is so fierce that it was almost impossible to walk in it. I even parked my bike up against ...
... ką! Całe szczęście potem przejeżdżaliśmy przez bardziej malownicze okolice i jechaliśmy nawet przez chwilę po drodze gdzie było ograniczenie do 90 (bo w Norwegii jeśli nie na autostradzie to zazwyczaj ograniczenie to 80km/h). PS. Przepraszam za brak zdjęć z Drogi Atlantyckiej, ale dodam je potem jak zsynchronizuje się z ...
Our first Port day when it has rained - can't grumble as Norway is know for its rain and why it is so green. We decided to walk up to Varden where there is a view point where 222 peaks are visible (on a good day of course). It rained all the way up to the point and so no view was visible.
There was a restaurant at the top ...