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The road today took us through the Oppland region past Otta and Dombas and climbed towards Oppdal. Locally it is known as ‘the road over the roof of the world’, passing the 'Stave Church'.Can you believe there funeral Director and team preparing for a Stave service, just can't get away from work but it was great! (see pic's)
... I don't know what John will be doing, but I expect the same.
# of countries: 24
# of cities: 54
# of bus rides: 11
# of taxis: 2
... to see the 7 sisters, evidently a spectacular mountain range or Torghatten, a mountain that has a hole through its middle. At least I finished my novel, updated my blog and rested.
Tuesday morning started early. We docked at Trondheim at 6-30am and we had booked a city tour here. After a quick breakfast we were onto the bus at 7-50am and off to explore this large city. The sun had decided to return which made for a lovely morning. We drove ...
Today we finally landed in Norway, our first stop being Trondheim. Our first impressions were slightly underwhelming. Inland, in still waters, Trondheim is Norways third largest city. It consists of beautiful colourful houses on a forested and hilly backdrop with a canal running through the centre. With no tour planned for the day, we elected to explore on foot. An ATM gave us our first dose of the Norweigan Krone. A 1,000 Krone ...
... if it was sunny all the time!
Trying to find our way from the boat terminal to the town of Trondheim was NOT easy! No signs at all. First off we headed into the building thinking it was the terminal 'office' - but no, it was a hotel! Oops - backtrack fast (I think they must've been used to it, as there was no reaction from staff). Then headed off down the only street - then a T junction but with a new park type area straight ahead, so we thought ...