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Norway in a Nutshell - Roundtrip from Bergen to Bergen
"Begin the journey in Bergen by hopping on a comfortable train and taking a scenic ride to the town of Voss along the Bergen Railway. From Voss travel by bus through charming villages and gorgeous natural landscapes toward the town of Gudvangen. From May-September the bus travels down the steep hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva.In Gudvangen board a boat and take a fjord cruise along the narrow Nærøyfjord and the magnificent Aurlandsfjord. The Aurlandsfjord is a picturesque fjord that offers stunning views while the Nærøyfjord is a dramatic fjord surrounded by high mountains. Nærøyfjorden is one of the most narrow fjords in Europe and included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. After departing the cruise arrive in the village of Flåm nestled in the innermost part of the Aurlandsfjord and hop on a train on the legendary Flåm Railway. This railway offers spectacular panoramic views to some of the wildest and most magnificent nature in the Norwegian fjord landscape. The train will continue Myrdal
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Norway in a Nutshell - Roundtrip from Oslo to Oslo
"Begin your journey in Oslo by hopping on a comfortable westbound train and taking a scenic ride along the Bergen Railway. After arriving in the town of Mydral change trains and hop on a train on the popular Flåm Railway which offers spectacular panoramic views to some of the wildest and most magnificent nature in the Norwegian fjord landscape. Leave the train and board a boat for a magnificent fjord cruise you’ll never forget. The Aurlandsfjord is a picturesque while the Nærøyfjord is a dramatic fjord surrounded by high mountains. Nærøyfjorden is one of the most narrow fjords in Europe and included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. After the cruise arrive in village of Gudvangen nestled in the innermost part of Nærøyfjorden. From here the journey continues with a bus trip through Nærøydalen full of charming villages and a gorgeous landscape. From May-September the bus travels down the steep hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva. The bus will eventually arrive in Voss
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Norway in a Nutshell Day trip - Oslo to Bergen
"Starting from Oslo you first set out on a westbound train journey through scenic mountain terrain on the Bergen Railway. Upon arrival in Myrdal you disembark and change trains to the legendary Flåm Railway. The Flåm Railway offers spectacular panoramic views to some of the wildest and most magnificent nature in the Norwegian fjord landscape. Your journey continues from Flåm with a fjord c while the Nærøyfjord is a dramatic fjord surrounded by high mountains. Nærøyfjorden is one of the most narrow fjords in Europe and included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. After your fjord cruise you arrive in the small village of Gudva nestled in the innermost part of Nærøyfjorden. From here the journey continues with a bus trip through Nærøydalen with its charming villages and scenic nature landscape. From May-September the bus travels down the steep hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva. The bus will arrive in Voss where you continue the tour by train on the Bergen Railway to Bergen."
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Allotment garden

There are allotment gardens all over Europe, the link below is to an english site.

In Norway, the allotment movement started late in the 19th century. The first garden was founded in Halden in 1896, the second one in Oslo in 1907. Originally the gardens were meant for workers living in the cities to have the possibility to grow their own vegetables and have some fresh air. Before and during WWII the gardens were of great help. The lots were small, as were the cabins. The gardens were situated within city borders.

Nowadays the gardens are more for recreation. But they are still not meant to live in, although a lot of people spend the whole summer there. There is a lot of common activities and a place for the generations to meet. Most of the old gardens are still active, although some have been demolished due to "progress". The allotment movement has been fighting for the excistance of many a garden.

This garden is relatively new, established 6 april 1988, and situated at an old farm named Klemetsaunet within the border of Trondheim, but in an area where building is restricted, with a nice view of the Trondheim Fjord, facing (almost) north. During summer, when the sun hardly sets, it is very nice spending long summer evenings here, watching the boats passing by and seeing the sunset and the sunrise within just a couple of hours :-) As all allotment gardens in Norway, it is open for non-members to visit and enjoy, and they have an open cafe every saturday.

Where to find it: Along Bynesveien between Trolla and the ferry. You can get there by bus, car or bike, and it is a good spot to start a hike in Bymarka (the city natural park). It is very nice to go by bike around Byneset, you go through rural areas within the city of Trondheim. If you do so, be sure to make a stop at Klemetsaunet Allotment Garden!

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