After moving on from the
Nidelva, there was a brief stop at a cafe that was recommended by our hosts in Oslo, on the way to Nidaros Cathedral.
I can vouch for this dark-chocolate-based hot chocolate at
After the chocolate infusion, it was time to hit the main objective for the day, photographing the
This was the view from the side as I approached. Impressive, but not nearly as much as the western face.
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The plan was to down to the Nidelva (Nid River) to see the Gamle Bybru (Old Town Bridge) on the first full day in Trondheim, and then explore from there.
First up, food. As I’d mentioned, the
hotel used to be a bakery. The breakfast area had left some of the original decor intact, including the faces of the ovens.
Werner & Pfleiderer “telescocar” ovens.
These ovens were supposed to be ideal for baking “Vienna bread”.
The view looking up wasn’t too bad either.
Leaving Oslo for Trondheim did not mean leaving the rain behind, unfortunately. The train windows were constantly streaked with water, which may not hinder viewing too badly, it certainly restricts photography.
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