Tjeldsundbrua Kro & Hotell
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... to look at the crater created by one of the Tall Boy bombs trying to hit the one of the Bismark battleships of the Germans. It used to hide in this and another fiord.
We travelled on around the fiord coming across chocolate box scenes of little towns supporting the fishing and farming community.
This is just ridiculous - there are too many fantastic sights to look at and photo opportunities. Snow covered mountains creating ...
... on the Scharnhorst when she was sunk off Norway on Boxing Day 1943 - only 36 of her crew were saved from the freezing Arctic waters.
The other cemetery and memorial is to the Yugoslavian prisoners of war, mainly ...
... 30m ahead, so its slow going. A town with a fuel station provides welcome break. Queues for fuel, food and toilets make another story, but we got diesel and headed off again. Got about 1 km up the road (still in town) and couldn't get traction going around a round about. Took the first available exit and ended up in a supermarket carpark full of snow. Chains on again, round the car park a couple of time to make sure they're tight, and then putt out onto ...
... piekna lokacja na namiot. Ale, ze bylo jeszcze troche wczesnie postanowilem poprobowac,a nuz sie uda zmniejszyc dystans do celu jeszcze bardziej (402km do Narwiku bylo stamtad).
I, nie przedluzajac, udalo sie - po godzinie zatrzymal sie van jadacy 170km prosto do Fauske, ostatniego wiekszego miasta (czyli w tym wypadku 10tys. mieszkancow, tu nieco inne kryteria panuja) przed Narwikiem. Po godzinie drogi, juz w ciemnosciach zostalem poinformowany, ze ...
... walked away “to hell with it” in an angry, haughty voice. We were both rather offended by her nasty way and rudeness.
After a day’s rest we packed up again and moved on. We decided to skip Tromso and head to Sweden. But not before a little bit of shopping in a lovely town called Bogen and stopping to watch a deer with the hugest, grandest antlers happily grazing in a field by the road, not at all fussed by the passing cars.