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Updated May 13, 2017
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  1. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Bergen, Norway
    On the west coast of Norway, Bergen is a pretty port and town.I stayed at the Thon Bristol Hotel in city centre. Plenty to see in Bergen but also a good base for trips off.-- There is a funicular up Mount Floibanan taking 7 minutes. The bottom statio…
  2. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Norway
    I was travelling around Norway by train, bus ,and ferry. Bodo is as far north as the train system goes in Norway. [ There is a short train rouute from Narvik into Sweden, that does not connect to the rest of Norway.] Further travel north from Bodo ,…
  3. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Norway
    I arrived in Narvik by Bus at Narvik bus station. the city of Narvik is surrounded by mountains, perfect for mountaineering or skiing in the north of Norway, not me ,i enjoyed the lovely scenery.--Narvik is a ice free port,and was important to both s…
  4. Expensive "General Tips & Advice" in Norway
    I was in Tromso in the month of May, so the daylight hours were long, it was still light gone midnight. I had arrived by Hurtigruten ferry, about 200 m from my hotel. On the road from the ferry i passed the tourist office, behind which is the bus dep…
  5. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Norway
    I took the ferry from Keil Germany to Oslo in Norway. After a overnight stay {ive been to Oslo before ] took the train to Trondheim,7 and half hours,for 2 nights.Trondheim is a lovely place,from here i went on a train trip to HELL, a little village …
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