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  • Sightseeing | Norway > Slettafossen
    Updated at Jul 12,2013

    The road to Dombås was one of the prettiest roads we've driven on this trip. The Romsdals river flowed beside us in green color, high mountains with snowy peaks in some, waterfalls in many shapes and forms. It was an extraordinary tour. After Verma there are three huge waterfalls, and later on you'll find an enormous waterfall - Slettafossen. This waterfall cut deep in the rock and created a canyon.

    Right beside this waterfall, when you cross the car bridge, there's a souvenir shop with trolls in the front.

     

    This is where we met a guy from Åndalsnes who told us that he hadn't seen this kind of water flow in more than ten years. 

  • Sightseeing | Norway > Borgundvegen > Borgund Stave Church, Borgund, Norway
    Updated at Jul 12,2013

    We arrived to our cabin at Laerdal by 18:30, and went for an evening tour to the stave church in Borgund (appears as stavkirke in the signs). Stave churches were build by the vikings based on their knowledge in building ships.

    We arrived to the church and found surrounded by scaffolds. We talked to the foreman in the place and he told us the church is in renovation for three years and by Christmas they'll finish the work. A scent of fire was in the area, and he told us this is a materiel they put on the wood to prevent fires. The church was closed for visits.

    We crossed the road to the other side and the visitor's center was still open. We saw there a model of the church and we asked some questions about the historic road - we saw a sign leading to it bypassing the two tunnels we passed when we arrived here.

  • Sightseeing | Norway > Steinsdalsfossen
    Updated at Jul 12,2013

    We drove from Granvin toward Bergen. We stopped at Steinsdalsfossen which was an amazing waterfall. You can go behind the waterfall and see a white screen of crushing water. Sadly, our umbrellas were already packed in out suitcases, so we didn't do it. Highly recommended!!!

  • Sightseeing | Peru > Vilcashuamán
    Updated at Jul 3,2013

    An ushnu is a pyramid-shaped, terraced structure that the Incas used for important ceremonies. The Ushnu in Vilcashuamán is accessed through a double door jamb, characteristic of the most important compounds. In the upper platform you'll find a large stone with unique carvings that is known as the Seat of the Inca; it is believed to have been covered by a golden leaf.

    The Ushno in Vilcashuamán. Photo by Fer121

  • Sightseeing | Italy > Lerici
    Updated at Jul 11,2013

    Our last stop was at Lerici, where we walked along the old city surrounded by walls. 

  • Sightseeing | Germany > Kiel > Botanischer Garten Kiel - Botanical Gardens
    Updated at May 22,2013

    There are the Old and the New Botanical Gardens in Kiel. Both of them belong to Kiel University so there is a free entrance. There are desert, tropical, mediteranean and many other areas.

  • Sightseeing | Germany > Plön
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Plon centre is adorned with many flowers, small cafe's and cobbled-stones narrow lanes. 

  • Sightseeing | Germany > Plön > Plon Lakes
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Plon is encircled by no less than 5 lakes. I think that these lakes is Plon main attraction. Allow 2-3 hours to walk along their shores. Don't miss the sunset time !

  • Sightseeing | Germany > Plön > Rathaus - Plon Town Hall
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Here is an example of Plon ancient lanes and gates. It is dated from 1236 A.D:

  • Sightseeing | Thailand > Bangkok
    Updated at Jun 12,2013

    The Grand Palace - One of the reasons I didn't want to miss Bangkok.

    It has a strict dress code, and because of that I wore long trousers when we visited there. Walking with long trousers in 95% humidity wasn't fun. When we got there we saw that there was an option to rent large cloth to hide your legs. I would have used that options if I knew about it. The place was very nice and interesting. We didn't spend much time there because the kids were bored but it was worth the visit.