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... on the shores of the Nidelva River - far more than in Bergen. It also has more old-style wooden houses than we have seen anywhere. The inner city, surrounded on all sides by the river or the fjord, can be easily walked.
Unusual here was the ...
... We had a quick stopoff and walk around in the city of Trondheim, then another quick stop in the Norwegian town of Hell. Surprisingly Hell didn’t really resemble any of my previous places of employment, although it wasn’t overly impressive either, just a railway station with a Hell sign on it where Khaleesi stood for her daily pose.
Was really ready for the dinner of hamburgers after the cold weather and rain. ...
... than going into a TD branch they said if I used an ATM part of the 'plus' network it would unlock the card. I was walking to every bank machine but getting rejected in each one.
Finally I went back to the train station and took ...
... center where Tonje showed us around. It was a nice stroll around town. she showed us the cathedral and the cool part of town as well as some pedestrian strips and malls. A lot was closed but it was nice to get our bearings and also plan what we were doing the next day.
On our way back she decided to take us to the military fort and a viewing platform to see the whole city.
We then made out way to the supermarket to get food for dinner. Tonje wanted to ...
... room once a day, that's it. We're given 2 sets of very thin, old, non-absorbant towels - one small bath towel, one hand towel. That's it. I don't even know where to find the maid to ask if I could get an extra towel.
- The ship feels crowded especially if we get on deck 7 where it's the open deck (where the swimming pool is) and you can look around outside. There are people smoking there which makes it unpleasant in addition to the many people.
- There is no ...