(L) Lake, Ustevatn and a railroad between Bergen and Oslo (R) A snowy Route
7: This is a photo taken in June 2015.
(L) Voringfossen (R) Steinsdalsfossen
The underground round-about in the vallavik tunnel.
This road connects Vallavik and Brimnes of Route No.7.
In 2013, a roundabout and a 600-metre long branch were added near the southern
of the tunnel to connect up with the newly constructed Hardanger Bridge.
(L) A view over the city of Bergen (R) Bergen railway terminal
(L) "Forest fairy" created at the top of hills near the upper
station of Bergen cable car.
(R) When we drive from Oslo to the north, there are a lot of mountain tunnels.
(L) An ire along the Sognefjorden (R) Dragsvik ferry terminal
(L)Gaularfjellet National Tourist Route is composed of the 130-kilometre-long
stretch of a road between Balestrand and Moskog.
(R) Likholefossen waterfall
(L) A group of sheep sometimes cut off the traffic.(R) A fjord and river
(L)A tunnel of E-39, from Styn to Volda
(R) Hornindalsvatnet is Norway's and Europe's deepest lake, officially
measured to a depth of 514 metres.
Its surface is 53 metres above sea level, which means that its bottom is
461 metres below sea level.
(L) Mountainous area along the Route 39, after passing a long tunnel
(R) Undersea tunnel connecting the two islands off Alesund: There is a passing lane in the uphill in the tunnel.
We have to pass through these undersea tunnels to go to Alesund Airport.
A high cost of living in Norway - Source: Sergiu George, Living Costs Around
the World, 16 January 2015
A pack of eggs cost NOK 28-48, about double of Tokyo prices.
The 1.5 L bottle of CocaCola cost NOK 28.2; that is about 3.1 times higher
than in Tokyo.
Sushi cost NOK 139, about 2.5 times higher than in Tokyo.
A Hamberger at McDonald's costs NOK 110 in Bergen, Norway: It is equivalent
It is also about three times higher than that in Tokyo.
The price for Diesel-extra is NOK 13.57, regular 95 is NOK 15.57, at the
suburb of Oslo.
The price for Diesel-extra its NOK 13.64, regular 95 is NOK 15.26, at the
place north of Bergen.
A 20-pack cigarette cost NOK 102-120, which is 4 to 5 times higher than
the price of Tokyo.
This price is almost the same in Australia.
The law of Norway enforces to place all tobacco products should be stored
in a state, that is not visible from the outside.
@Smoking-room ratio in hotels in Norway Oslo 2015
@Smoking-room ratio in hotels in Norway Bergen 2015
@Smoking-room ratio in hotels in Norway Fjord 2015
@Smoke-free hotels in Norway 2016
@The price of tobacco in Norway is the highest in Europe.
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Smoking ban in Norway Departure from Norway
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The photographs were taken, an article was written in June 2015,
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