Regarding those ferries that run from one side of a fjord to another in Norway, when there aren't any bridges or tunnels:
i) Do you have to book in advance for the ferries? Or can you just show up to the ferry, get on it, and pay on-board? Does it depend on what ferry you take (I might take the Hellesylt-Geiranger ferry, which I think could be busy)?
iii) Are all the ferries able to take cars? Or can only a few take them?
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