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Storseisundet bridge, the longest of 8 bridges that make up the Atlanterhavsveien "The Atlantic Road' in Norway. Pic by Ken McVay (wired2cash, flickr)...We drove our Motorhome over this amazing bridge and Atlantic Highway. The waves were not this high that day, but the feeling of adventure was still high!
The Atlantic Road in Norway. Built high enough for the waves to crash through. I'm scared of bridges in the first place and you think I would drive over that? Hahah.
Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway... An 8.3-kilometer (5.2 mi) long section of County Road 64 is built on several small islands and skerries, which are connected by several causeways, viaducts and eight bridges—the most prominent being Storseisundet Bridge. (picture) Which is built high enough for the waves to crash through.
One of the most spectacular stretches of road in the world- Atlantic Road, Norway. Amazing!
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The Atlantic Road, Norway.
Driving on this is definitely on my bucket list...
looks like an adventure in itself! :)
Not to missed! It was a breathtaking drive.
What an awesome road for calm, scenic driving with a picnic at the end. Lovely. Atlantic Road, Norway
Looks like a fun ride for my little car!
The Fredvang Bridges, Lofoten Island Archipelago, Norway. traveloxford.blog...
Atlantic Road in Norway. Can I get a hell no?! This is amazing but I'm scared just looking at it. I would probably have a freaking heart attack.
Wow that's awesome!
Are you scared of bridges??
not scarred of bridges, just the trolls...
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THE ATLANTIC ROAD je 8 kilometrov dlhý cestný úsek medzi dvoma najväčšími populačnými centrami kraja Møre og Romsdal, mestami Kristiansund a Molde- Nórsko.
old Norwegian boat house Boat-house by Geir Drabløs on Flickr
Doesn't this look peaceful? Watch out for snakes!!
My ideal way of spending the day is at the beach. Not some tranquil blue tropical lagoon, but a beach where the waves create a constant roar and throw a mist of salty water into the air.