Utstein Kloster Hotell
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... before returning back to Dale to wait for a bus.
Today must have been the day for freebies as when the bus arrived, the driver said that his ticket machine was broken so he couldn’t charge us, instead he gave us his life story and it was quite tragic. He was Icelandic and was burned badly in the financial implosion 7 or 8 years ago. So much so that he had to abandon his house (he was an ex-marine engineer who had stopped due to back problems ...
So this is it , off to Sola to catch British Airways 745 tomorrow ( 30 th May ) at 1150am en route to Heathrow , London , England . Short 2 hour transit here before catching British Airways 115 at 1435 to New York JFK , arriving at 1725 ( local time )
Started shopping for camping equipment already ...
... to share. Apparently he rarely cooks himself, preferring to eat out, so he has all of the food he brought with him from France leftover. We didn't make anything glamorous, just pasta and vegetables, but he seemed to enjoy the meal nonetheless. We we were talking for quite a while, getting to know each other, when he asked what time our train was. This put us into a bit of a frenzy, as I hadn't quite realized how late it was. We frantically started ...
... confirmation. I had to buzz and get the attendant to come out. She took another card number as security so I didn't know if I was going to get charged twice for the room which in Norway is not cheap at $100/nite!.
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We awoke to a non-rainy Bergen (!) and spent a bit of time walking around the Bryggen area – again, as an old trading post, the harbor area had been active from the mid-13th century, with the current buildings having been reconstructed in the 1702-1710 time frame. This area is the best example of “lean-on-me” buildings we’ve found yet. The wharf area is a crazy assemblage of buildings leaning in all ...