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I got up early in the morning to eat breakfast and catch the 8:45 bus to Jostedsbreen glacier area, specifically the ****rd glacier. We changed buses somewhere, and then got dropped off at the welcome center, where we purchased tickets. The hostel lady had told us to book at least a day in advance, but it was fine... There were a lot of European tourists once again, a lot of ...
... were surrounded by folks of all sorts of nationalities.there were so many kanguages going on that you actually couldn't hear anything but a buzz. Every once in a while some English language would pop out at us. Amazing how clear it sounded! The ride up the fjord ws very, very nice and it seemed like we would have lots of time to get the ferry at Solvorn but there was ...
Yesterday's blog was all about how expensive everything is and how I'm not sure if we are being ripped off as tourists or if things are just expensive in general here in Norway for a reason that I'm not aware of. It turns out its a bit of both. We took the train to Flam today. It's been described as "the most beautiful train ride in the world". I would say that it is stunningly beautiful. It is also packed with tour groups from every corner of the ...
Today we are taking trip to the fjords. We start the day bright and early with a boat ride from Bergen to Flam. This takes us through the Sjonenfjord, the King of the fjords. From Flam we take the train to Myrdal - one of the most scenic train trips in Europe. From there we catch another train back to Bergen.
The morning was spent on a boat in the fjord. On our way to the Sjonenfjord we travel ...
... Fjords are deep navy blue and still. Waterfalls fall off the huge walls and we head to Aurland, only 20 minutes away by ferry. Aurland is darling little town. Delpheniums and flowers bloom everywhere. We stay in a cute little cottage and the young people in the upstairs partied and then, at 5AM started crashing around like they were packing for a hiking trip. We slept anyway, having eaten fabulous halibut at the Pub connected with our accomodations. Aurland is a very ...