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TripAdvisor Reviews Troll Mountain Evje
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... sup> June
Today we wandered down to Lofthus, and enjoyed just taking it easy - kind of... the walk down was easy, but after we'd had a picnic lunch beside the water, and checked out the old church, we decided to walk through the cherry and plum orchards, which was mainly uphill. Nice walk though! Came back down to the town, and wandered through the grounds of the fancy hotel - we felt like we were tresspassing, but there no signs to say ...
... of small
uninhabited islands. One would have expected to see seals or sea lions in this
area but again there was a total lack of marine life.
At least if there was anything we saw now and again that was birds and
today we spotted 3 large Eagles on the nearby islands.
By mid-morning the deck space was getting rather busy and Lauren, Andy
& myself were sitting happily facing the side of the ship and simply
watching the scenery go by. It ...
Ben has been excited about coming to Sweden for some time. I believe this may have something to so with his belief that Sweden was going to be crammed full of the perfect eye candy. He has seemed somewhat disappointed to realise that not every Swedish girl looks like a model with long blond hair and brilliant white smiles. He has now put whole thing down to a folk tale just like the Vikings. I suppose I have faired better with the eye candy. Whist ...
... the glacier in the pouring down rain. Of course, they were jazzed about the outing and rightfully so. We all saw blue ice some up close, some from a distance. We all enjoyed seeing the pictures that evening while enjoying a bit of Pear cider before dinner. Once again, the chef at the Utne Hotel prepared a wonderful dinner for us. The onion soup was follow by halibut with ...
... a stop at the grocery to gather some chips and pear cider for our 25 minute boat ride to Utne we waited for the ferry. Funny how the ferry ride goes rather quickly when enjoying a glass of pear cider. We arrived in Utne and walked across the street from the ferry to the Utne Hotel. The hotel has been in continuous service since 1722. Perfect spot for our two night stay. We were on the second floor, facing the fjord, and we had a balcony to boot! ...