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TravelPod Member ReviewsMary-Ann's Polarrigg Longyearbyen
A very eclectic hotel that sits comfortably in Longyearbyen. Very warm and friendly and worth visiting
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... back downtown, send postcards, do some shopping again, and have a quick lunch at the apartment. Then some of us decide to go to the swimming pool: we spend more than an hour there, enjoying the pool and the sauna. So good to feel clean after two weeks of expedition !
We walk back to the apartment, start to look at the pictures taken during the trip, and then go and have dinner in a restaurant nearby. The end of the evening takes place ...
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Wake up at 10 am. Weather is still very windy and it is expected to last until the beginning of the afternoon. So we have breakfast quietly and then we decide to go and visit the old mine.
"In a lush and beautiful landscape, under the mountain Skansen, there are many different remains of earlier human activity. The area is a perfect example of how cultural remains and landscape are closely tied together. In ...
Wake up at 10 am.
The sea is calm and the wind is not too strong. So we pack quickly in order to enjoy those good conditions. Indeed the journey will be long today (more than 30 km expected).
Due to R.'s injury, we change the teams: i'll go with R. and O. will go with V.
When we leave the camp, the sun is shining and the sea is very calm. We are moving quickly ! We make a first stop after 9km to ...
Today is day off !
No wake up call at 10 today so that everybody can rest. Most of us wake up between 12 and 13.
We are having late breakfast when a boat arrives. It is so surprising to hear someone else. Indeed we haven't met anyone since Svea campsite.
Two men are on board : they represent the Governor of Svalbard (Sysselmannen in Norwegian) and were patrolling ...