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... we started a long climb. First off following a river, then onto the high pastures and finally on onto the high ground on which very little grows. Small lakes all around, even some snow on the peaks melting into waterfalls.
After that the descent to sea level and into Trondheim. All the pics were taken from inside the train so they will struggle to show just how lovely the scenery is.
Son after we started down the clouds, which had followed us all ...
... the road is sometimes closed as huge wave splash up over the roadway. Unfortunately we didn't stay on the road for the entire five miles but at least I got a taste of it. The tour of the marble mine was interesting. In order to get there we literally drove to the top of a mountain. Inside the mine we went in small boats through the caves. At the end we came into their event Roma and ate soup. We rejoined the ship at around 9PM at Molde, which was the next port the ship ...
... an Army museum with a very good display about the WW2 and the Norwegian resistance - and that was free.
We eventually caught the bus back to the very nice campsite and found it would cost about £24 a night with free showers and electricity included - very cheap for ...
... represented various types of architecture or periods of history. There were also stone ruins of a fortress in the centre.
It was ...
... Country & Western Night. There was country music, line dancing and the cruise staff led a country themed game that was fun to watch. We stayed in the lounge for the “Princess Pop Star” competition. There were only 3 competitors, but they were all pretty good. It was now about 11:30 PM and the ship was just leaving the port. We managed to stay up until midnight, hoping for a glimpse of that midnight sun, but it was so overcast, we ...