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Cafe Rallaren

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Cafe Rallaren Photo: Cafe Rallaren
Cafe Rallaren Photo: Cafe Rallaren

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Cafe Rallaren at Myrdal station. Railwaystation on the Flåm- and Bergen line. We offer a good selection of light meals - warm and cold dishes, home-made cakes and refreshments.
Bike-rentals and souvenirshop.

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Mon - Sun
4/1/2013 - 9/30/2013
Mon - Sun
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Cafe Rallaren

Cafe Rallaren at Myrdal station. Railwaystation on the Flåm- and Bergen line. We offer a good selection of light meals - warm and cold dishes, home-ma...

Cafe Rallaren

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