Quality Hotel & Resort Voringfoss
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Eidfjord
... last meal out before Norway and sampled some fried herring and Swedish sausage for lunch. Phoebe loved looking around the sculpture park (she thought it was a normal play park) and doing some rock hopping on a walk around the coast. Smogen, just down the coast, was also really picturesque with a boardwalk promenade and a doubly rocky walk around a barren headland. The wind was finally building so we headed back to Haby and I got some great sailing in. It started ...
... the Norwegian welfare state. I quipped to Dorothy that these birds were being better fed than us (we've been scrimping and saving on food while in Norway). We arrived in Flam and discovered it's pretty, but Iceland has spoilt us silly in terms of appreciating natural beauty. Flam is also a big port of call for cruise ships. It's a pretty small town, maybe 30+ buildings total, so a carnival cruise like ship can easily overwhelm ...
... I can put up with it for one
The people in the cabin next door were here from Germany and we had a good
chat and then later a few more bikers arrived and so we all sat on the balcony
chatting about everything as bikers normally do until about 23h00 when we all
finally called it a day.
According to the other bikers the road I plan to take tomorrow heads right
up and over the top of the mountains and is simply another desert of white
And that's about it for today ...
Hello again everyone
On Wednesday I went on a day trip to the Hardangerfjord!! Woohooo what a name and what a trip!
It was an organised trip but self managed. The day started with a train trip from Bergen to Voss (a taste of what is to come when I do the full trip to Oslo), then a bus trip from Voss to Ulvik, a ferry across to Eidfjord, a bus trip to Norway's largest waterfall Voringsfossen, the ferry to Norheimsund and the final leg a bus back ...
... though that being that high up and looking up at ice capped mountains that it would feel cold but (yea ok it was a bit wet) it wasn't cold. Our guide ( from Spain!!) informed us that a lot of tunnels are built/excavated because if avalanches, the roads get blocked all too easily and so the tunnels are the answer. Now I think I will update you on the dining room. We were allocated late sitting for dinner but I can't eat late in the ...