I'm just digesting my final, fabulous meal in Bergen at the end of the 14 day tour. It's over after breakfast in the morning.
We never really found any place to conveniently do laundry. The self-serve laundry in Æroskobing is closed, apparently. My suggestion is to do hand laundry in Æro at the halfway point if you are staying at På Torvet (Gunnar's.) The radiant heat flooring provides a great surface to get everything dry by morning. Put down a dry towel after wringing your goodies.
I'm not a fish eater, but my mom is and she loved the fish selections. I found plenty to eat even without the fish. Special meals included group dinner in Æro, lunch on a farm, breakfast in Bergen, group dinner in Elveseter. All of the breakfasts were included in the tour and very filling and plentiful.
Accommodations were uniformly pleasant and clean. Nothing was terribly fancy. The only less than repeatable night was the ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo. Ick. But it was more pleasant than spending 18+ hours on a bus, I suppose.
Bergen has been non-stop rain so I was glad I packed a rain jacket and umbrella. I wish I had sprayed it with extra water repellent, but ehh. The Thon hotel in Bergen provides umbrellas if you don't want to pack one.
Our guide was Pål and bus driver was Mats. Both were fabulous.
With regard to packing- I really brought the minimum and was fine. Nothing I brought has gone unworn.