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Cooke - Answered a Question by williams (17 Sep 08 12:46)

If it's available, take the excursion to a husky farm. Polaria in Tromso has a 'seal tunnel'. The Viking museum in the Lofoten islands is very interesting and 'hands-on' and the aquaria in Alesund and Bergen are both worth a visit. In Alesund it is 4 kilometres from town, we walked, but with a child probably better to get the bus. Folk village in Molde, walkable. In Geiranger if you walk about a kilometre up the road, past the hotel there is a very scenic park with interesting sculptures. Might still be a bit of snow around in May too! have a lovely time!

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williams - replied to Cooke (19 Sep 08 21:43)

Thank you, excellent tips. A husky farm would be great, we are dog bonkers!

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\carter - Answered a Question by williams (17 Sep 08 15:30)

Having been on the Oceana this year I hardly ever saw children as there is so much entertainment for them it occupies them all day and having a grand-daughter the same age she would have loved every minute of it if she had been with us,enjoy your cruise on this lovely ship,your daughter will defenately not be bored and she will enjoy it as much as you.

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williams - replied to \carter (18 Sep 08 09:57)

Thank you, we are really looking forward to it.

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