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Last Tuesday we boarded an early train in Bergen that took us, by way of Oslo and over the course of about 15 hours, up through gorgeous central (is this what you call it) Norway to Trondheim. If you're following the travelpod map you'll notice that the most direct route from Bergen to Trondheim is not through Oslo, but we opted for train instead …
... down a couple of times but has risen from the ashes more magnificent each time. A young guide showed us around. We were able to see the small side chapels and the large organ from the middle period. They are at present restoring the huge 19th century organ which stands under the Rose window. It was very impressive
Outside we saw the gardens and the surrounds which are very attractive. Then it was back to the bus and a drive through the ...
... 251 Krone, or $45AUD. At least I got some time to use free wifi for a while. We started to head back, thinking we had 2 hours. I checked my phone to note that had been cut to 1. For the second night in a row we had meant to readjust the time by 1 hour. We arrived back on board around 5.15, with 15 minutes to spare. As others had miscalculared the ship was delayed anyway.Pre dinner, Nat and I went to a hypnotist show out of ...
... Health & Safety issues! See the guy with the huge heavy mower in the photo.
Next was Gamle Bybro (Old Town Bridge) re-built of wood in 1861. It was first built in 1681, at the same time as Kristiansten Fort was under construction. A sentry and excise house stood at either end of the bridge. The excise house on the west side is still standing and is in use as a kindergarten. Instead of following the road, we took a path around the 'point'. It ...
... Sunday morning the streets were quiet and the shops closed. There is the river Nid running through town, past the colorful buildings. That probably accounts for the original name of Trondheim...Nidaros, located at the mouth of the river Nid, Nidaros was the original capital city of Norway.
Our goal was the Nidaros Cathedral. Saint Olaf was instrumental in bringing Christianity (Catholicism) to Norway. He died in 1030 in the battle of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed