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  1. All of this is pre-pandemic information: In Stavanger you can take a boat ride to the Lysefjord-Pulpit Rock Cruise. We booked it directly with Norled. Stavanger has a nice dock area where you can walk to see the pretty white houses (one is open as a house museum) and the church (organist was practicing when we visited). Alesund has a tourist train (not a real train it runs on the road not tracks) that takes you all around the city to a wonderful overlook. Also city has lots of Art Nouveau buildings. We picked up a walking map but we also very much enjoyed visiting the former Swan Pha
  2. Any book by Nick Jans, who also write for Alaska Magazine. For mysteries any by Dana Stabenow or Sue Henry. DVD called "Dawson City: Frozen in Time" about finding a cache of old silent films. Also look for books about Native Alaskans and their rich tribal history. Have a great time. Alaska is amazing!
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