- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today when we woke up the sun was shining, there was a little bit wind, but the temperture was very nice. We left Fister and took the road to Jørpeland and from there we took the road to Sandness. Before Sandness we had to took the ferry from Forsand to Lauvviken. From Sandness we drove along the shore to Egersund, from there we drove further to Flekkefjord. From Flekkefjord we drove to Mandal and there we staying for the night. Today we drove ...
... a wrong turning and ended up on a dirt track. As the name suggests, 'road' bikes don't enjoy dirt tracks and we spent the next two hours walking over gravel. Dear, oh dear. Finally, we made it to the apartment we were staying in in Mandal. Turns out the 'basics' such as towels, sheets and duvet covers were not included. Made for a rather an interesting shower drying ourselves with tea towels. Not to be recommended if you ever fancy trying ...
... 100kg and carrying panniers full of rubbish isn't good for the bike apparently and the bike rewarded me with a broken spoke. There we were broken bike stuck in the middle of nowhere. Again luck was on our side and the consistent Norwegian generosity (which seems to be a major theme of this trip) saved is again. A nice man called Goodman answered our hitch hiking prays and drove me all the way to Egersund to the bike shop and back. Goodman, if somehow you are reading ...
Left Grenen and drove to Hirtshals, to catch the ferry. Stocked up on more food - Norway more expensive than Denmark, we are told. Free WiFi in the library car park outside shop. Smooth crossing, 3 hours, on huge RoRo ferry, our 5th ferry ride and into our 13th country, (some twice.) Denmark is horizontal (flat with a few rolling hills, green and restful). Norway is vertical (except the fiords) and spectacular. We drove from the ferry along the south west coast, ...
... quite an amazing spectacle, and the enormity of it has to be seen to be believed, and also the thoroughness and complexity of the whole thing, with its own little rail system to transport ammo. There were originally I think 4 cannons, but a couple were removed for scrap in about 1961, and the enormous piles of rubble created by their extraction gives some idea of the thoroughness and enormity of the original building task by ...