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hudpuppy

Norway And Iceland New To Cruising

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As mentioned before, like our Spring but can be wet at times, be prepared for all seasons on this cruise, it's beautiful I am going to similar end of May

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We did the Grand Event cruise on Arcadia and the weather in Iceland was very good just like a summers day in UK.

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As mentioned earlier, temperatures will be similar to this past week in the UK. However, if your feet feel cold in Iceland, just take off your shoes and stand on the pavement.

Ooh! Lovely and warm.

We did the North Cape last July and it was cloudy during the day (12 - 14C) but  warmer in the evening with the midnight sun @ around 20C.

Feel sure that you will have a wonderful time though.

 

PS take photos of the places you visit, especially the waterfalls. Some are very hard to remember, let alone pronounce :unsure:

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we went in july and the weather was hot in the 70's shorts and t-shirt weather,will need something warmer if going to 'top of world '.

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