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 ...
... another of the 18 touristic routes, this time the Aurlandsvegen. A beautiful small old route that goes straight into the mountains with sharp turn after turn reaching an altitude of 1300 m very rapidly. Also a very narrow road so hoping you didn't meet traffic from the other side. But again from up there the vistas are excellent. They even have a walkway 680 m above the water that reaches out from the mountain for ...
... trails are marked with red "T"s along the way but not always very clear as signage of trail names are few and far between. **KST: Kiwi supermarket is the cheapest in town and easiest to walk to. There are other options but longer to get to without a car. The Voss Camping ground is lakeside, 5 min slow walk from town centre and has excellent facilities - kitchen with hot plates, dish washing equipment, clean toilet and shower (NOK10 for 4min hot shower). **KST: The ...
... accident in the tunnel between Flam and the caves, and nobody could get through. Unfortunately, they hadn't emailed us, hadn't rebooked us on another tour, and all the other tours were full already. A new cruise ship had come in earlier and all of the passengers had plenty of time to grab up the final tour spots before we even knew we needed them. So, we didn't do the White Caves tour, we walked the fjordside instead. We took the path to Aurland, which ...