Norway 2017

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Pretty sure, as Dave said, you can pay with cards for the internal ferries.

Really looking forward to this tour.

Not long now...
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F17 GTB wrote:For those who like a beer after the days driving, here are the Norwegian customs allowances for visitors.

http://www.toll.no/en/goods/alcohol-and-tobacco/quotas/

Basically we are each allowed to bring in 19 x 0.33l bottles of beer OR 6 bottles wine + 6 x 0.33l bottles of beer. These limits all reduced if bringing in spirits or tobacco as well.

Not long to go now......
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Dan H wrote:Pretty sure, as Dave said, you can pay with cards for the internal ferries.

Really looking forward to this tour.

Not long now...
Me too, I'm reluctant to get a load of cash too as generally don't spend much.
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How warm is it likely to be?
Is it shorts and T shirt or will I need jumpers and coats? That snow looks a bit cold!!
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As long as its dry then shorts and t shirts have been fine when I've been before - from memory temperatures between 18 and 25C.

Best to take some longs and jumpers etc as well though.
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Tom wrote:How warm is it likely to be?
Is it shorts and T shirt or will I need jumpers and coats? That snow looks a bit cold!!
Uncle Paul wrote:As long as its dry then shorts and t shirts have been fine when I've been before - from memory temperatures between 18 and 25C.

Best to take some longs and jumpers etc as well though.
As Uncle Paul says, generally you'll be fine with shorts & t-shirt, but chuck in a couple of warm things. Always worth having a coat too.

The views from the internal ferries can be spectacular, and you'll want to be outside to take some pictures...
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Nice, looking forward to it!
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Definately A warm jacket / Fleece can be chilly at some of the Highest places we are going to visit.
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Uncle Paul wrote:He's right you know!

Get some tasters here :-

https://youtu.be/d1dOwzL1J1M?list=PLvhP ... vAh4IRVs6w

(Edited to just the Norway ones)
Great Vids :D
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