Thon Hotel Moldefjord
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility 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 ...
... and finally arrive at the town of Eidsdal where I park up and join the queue for the ferry across the waters to Linge.
I had not studied much of the road system from here on and my plan was to simply set up the satnav and head for the town of Kristiansund where I would spend the night. However something just told me to go against the satnav and on riding off the ferry at Linge the road to the right looked more scenic than the one to the left where the satnav was taking ...
... 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 ...
... road in Norway which winds zig zag up a gorgeous mountain with waterfalls cascading down. It is popular to tourists due to its steep incline of 9% and eleven hairpin bends up a steep mountainside. The mythology behind the trolls in Norway dates back a very long time ago. They believe all the giant boulders we saw along our drive were trolls that had done a naughty deed and were turned to stone. The famous trolls pass is believed to be the trolls stair case on the ...