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... passes and locations that are only really accessible by hiking or train. Lots of hikers getting on and off as they went on true adventure travels. Jennie was super jealous. I was not.
First day in Bergen was for the "Norway in a Nutshell" tour - a full day of fjords and scenery. This was probably Jennie's highlight, and was certainly the ...
... had some very interesting buildings - at some very strange angles!
The Fish Market was "different", with huge crabs in tanks, hanging dried fish and many other "delicacies" which didn't appeal to this non-fish afficionado!
Very pretty gardens and very pleasant weather - and everything seems VERY expensive here.
Trolls very big here - mythical creatures which turn to rock in the ...
... cascading over the walls. The 18th highest waterfall Kjellfoss is here (Yosemite Falls is #20). At Gudvangen, we hopped one of many waiting buses to take us back to meet the final train to Bergen. However, we had to first participate in the sport of "Tour Bus Grand Slalom" as all the buses, descended an 18% slope that wiggled back and forth like Lombard Street. Our singing madcap driver added the finishing touch to the "we're all gonna die" feelings. However, we made ...
Sleep in for all of us, nice.
Today we docked at Bergen, Norway.
The kids spend the morning in the kids club, I went to the gym and then Pete and I spent some time alone together.
Picked the kids up for lunch and then they chose to return to the club after lunch rather than go on the coach tour with us.
At the time of booking the tours eight months or so ago I had ...
... itself was fascinating. Rather than a standard museum full of exhibits, it tried as far as possible to recreate a working building of the time. Consequently it was full of furniture and artefacts and unusually, apart from signs asking you to desist from sitting on the furniture, you were allowed to touch anything (postscript, in reading this to Julie apparently there was a huge sign saying ‘please do not touch’ which I missed –oops!!). We liked the bunk ...