Quality Hotel & Resort Voringfoss
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it is. But, I reckon that we are very lucky to see what we saw today, on a bright sunny day, driving on safe dry roads. We won't come here in winter, so it's a bonus. Neither of us can get over how stunning the landscape has been today. Now we are camped in a steep sided valley with snow capped mountains & waterfalls as the view from our bed- a truly blessed ...
... a great big flag pole outside. You're tempted to go in and have a look around as you generally only see that back home on a public building. We stayed that night in a carpark by some rock carvings from 800BC odd, which Phoebe didn't climb on, honest.
Norway today! Got into what is likely to be our last new country and headed for Oslo where we parked up on an aire in a marina and headed into the city the next day. We went on our bikes and visited a ...
... a long time because of the wet sticks but when it finally got going it was nice to sit by the fire and just chill out, listening to the sound of the river. We both had packet pasta for dinner which was better than our last camping meal and then some chocolate for dessert. It was threatening to rain a little so we went to bed earlyish. The sun was still shining strong of course since sun set was just before 11pm but I had my trusty eye mask (not sock :P) so all was good. The ...
... that cascade from the mountains, but the subsequent scenic ferry ride from Gudvangen to Flam was disappointing, because the clouds came out to play, and the rain came pouring down.
It was a shame, because the ferry ride last time was probably the highlight of the entire day, but such is the luck of the draw, which was not in our favour today. But things started looking up for the scenic train ride from Flam to Myrdal, when the sun finally ...
... time I stop and go for a little walk now in this land I simply leave the
satnav and video camera etc on the bike. At restaurants etc I notice people
simply put their cameras on a table and go to order food or leave their car
doors wide open while they go for a walk into the nearby hills. It really is a
fantastic feeling to know you can trust leaving almost anything anywhere and on
return it will still be there. There are certainly not many country's left in ...