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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After sitting in Myrdal train station (an unmanned station in the middle of nowhere which can only be reached by train!) for almost two hours, a notice flashed up on the screen saying that our train to Flam was cancelled. We were the only people in the station and were unsure what to do but hoped that the next, and final, train two hours later would be running. It wasn't. Luckily the station had free Wifi and we were able ...
... days before, the sun was shining now and it looked even more glorius. At Oslo I had to catch a bus to Dombas and then a connecting train to Trondheim. The first challenge was finding the right bus. Fortunately there was a customer service officer at the train station, helping all us tourists figure out where they are supposed to be. I get out to the bus and its mayhem. There are about five or six buses pulling in and loading ...
... only a one strip of overhead lights, turning on the headlights was a must to see where the road goes. They were quite narrow, I commented that you wouldn't want to come across a big truck down here, but Harald assured me that "oh no, we fit quite well." At the end of the tunnel the car emerged into bright sunlight and yet another beautiful landscape. Instead of trucks, the issue with the tunnels is the sheep that like to go into ...
Passed through waterfalls galore and one that we could walk behind.
The plateau was very rocky and the roads consisted of tunnels and very dangerous one way traffic windy roads. There was an Unusual round about in tunnel.
Went to Apple cider farm we had 2 types of cider one pasteurised and one not, both nice.
Orchard produces 4 types of apples also pears, plumes ...
... economically and politically, this exact question is to blame, both for the political dead-lock over what a post-recession American economy should look like, and the current continent-wide riots Europe is seeing in response to their governments trying out austerity measures intended to slim down their bloated budgets. Whether an American screaming to a government seeking to expand, "Do less!," or a European shouting to a government seeking to shrink, ...