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Rabarro's Port Reviews of Oslo, Bergen
Ryndam cruise in May 2012
Member Name: Rabarro
Cruise Date: May 2012
Embarkation: other
Destination: Baltic & Northern Europe
Member Review: Rabarro's Ryndam Review
Oslo
Port Rating: 5.0 out of 5+
Great city to start out at. Vigoland Park with the statues is worth a stop. We took Hop on Hop off bus and spent a great day seeing the sights. The drop down list doesn't give us choices for the ports we were at so I include them here.

The second port was Stavanger. Did a boat trip up the fjord, drank water from a waterfall. Awesome.

Third was Molde a good place to walk but generally not exciting.

Fourth, Honningsvag and Nordcapp. People can either take the sole excursion to the North Cape or walk around a small and uninteresting town. The only thrill is that it is very far north, above the arctic circle and gives you bragging rights.

Fifth, Alesund. Dock right in the center of town, a great place, again to walk and breathe clean air.

Sixth, A little jewel called Flam. Charming, beautiful place. We took an Fjordsafari on an inflatable with eight others and it was just magnificent. Also the train trip up the mountain.

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Bergen
Port Rating: Not Rated
A Unesco World Heritage town. Charming, walkable and a great port. Take the funicular (Flobanan)to the top of the mountain and see sights which will literally take your breath away. A bad photo is absolutely impossible no matter the camera.
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