Thon Hotel Triaden
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... was great at Skating, and it didn't take me too long to get the hang of it. It was a lot of fun, and we even had the whole rink to ourselves.
When our hands and feet nearly had frostbite, we decided to grab some hot Churros and sit on the hay bails beside the open bon fire. It was so picturesque and christmasy just to sit back and watch the Christmas fair and Ice Skating.
Next we walked around the city and saw Parliament house, and found the University. ...
I had the day to myself so packed a picnic and a flask of coffee and headed off from home to the neighbouring island of Bronnoya, reached by a tiny hand operated ferry. There are no cars allowed on the Island so the roads are really just tracks and it is extraordinarily beautiful and quiet. I met just a handful of walkers and locals and spent quite a magical day walking, reading and breathing in the clear ...
... distance from the city center and the opera house.
After unloading and finding an expensive parking space for the car, we walked up to the opera house. Very nice architecture, to a certain extent inspired by the Sydney opera house we guessed, but different. It is also on the waterfront, there is a lot of activity, a cafe along the opera house, lots of people and buzz, white stones and glass as main construction elements. ...
... the things that were buried along with them to help them in the after life. Because the ships were buried, two of the the three were preserved well enough to be rebuilt almost to 100 percent by archeologists. The museum showed the equipment found in or near the ships too, such as barrels, shoes, clothing and a small amount of jewellery. Most jewellery would have been stolen by grave robbers shortly after the burial. It was pretty cool to see all the ...
... men who sailed with Thor Heyerdahl. It is amazing that Heyerdahl himself could hardly swim and had almost no sailing experience before he set out. Since most knowledge about these kinds of boats had been lost over the centuries, Heyerdahl hired men first from Chad and then Lake Titicaca in South America, to help construct the boats from balsa wood and reeds. To think that they sailed across the Pacific and the Atlantic in such vessels is incredible, even ...