We spent most of these 2 days trying to sort out our onward travel plans. It's still too cold, too snowy and too mountainous to get safely to the very North of Norway and back down on motorbikes, but rather than curtail the route we still wanted to head all the way up somehow and take the bikes with us if we could. We explored all manner of solutions involving trains, boats, cars, transporters and vans and kept hitting brick walls (figuratively). At one point we were seriously considering hiring a van and loading the bikes in to drive North, then ferry back South to drive back to Stockholm in a 2500 mile oval loop, before realising that that was ludicrous, so we finally found a compromise: we will catch the train up to Narvik inside the Arctic Circle, get a bus to Tromsø and from there catch a ferry down the West coast to Bergen. From Bergen we can work our way back across to Stockholm and pick up the boys to continue the riding via Götenburg.
With the train tickets booked we had an afternoon to kill. After a lazy lunch we tried to catch a film, but had issues with the listings and ended up in a couple of pubs for some beer instead!
We got on the train in the nick of time and found our way to our double cabin. More James Bond thoughts, but there was no-one hidden inside. We read and went to sleep hoping Jaws wouldn't burst in in the night . . .