Loen Pensjonat

Address: Lotunet, Loen, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Fjords, 6789 , Norway | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Loen

Geiranger: Farm visit

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 20, 2013

... afternoon, every day without fail, 7 days a week. A hard, but rewarding life, just watch your step. We then drove back to the hotel, where Jean went to the pool, I caught up on the computer, and then we both showered before we went to the lobby for the 6:15 tour of the antique car museum in the hotel. The young lady who was our guide was not very comfortable speaking English. She did her whole ...

Norway, Land of Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by dft on Jun 26, 2013

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... We eventually bought some postcards so we can remember what we missed. Oh well!

The ride down the mountain was tedious (for the bus driver more than us) because the road contained many switchbacks and there were many, many tour buses coming in the opposite direction from the cruise ships that had just arrived in the area. We headed to a ferry to cruise the Geirangerfjord and see some ...

Briksdal Glacier

A travel blog entry by dft on Jun 25, 2013

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... When we got to the glacier park, there was plenty of time for a bathroom break and then we met to ride up the mountain (unless you wanted to walk) in these vehicles that they called "troll cars" which looked kind of like dune buggies to me. Even with the ride up, there was still a substantial walk to the glacier but the area around it was very interesting, ...

Travel to Loen

A travel blog entry by dft on Jun 24, 2013

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... to Bergen but mostly the train is full of tourists who ride it both ways.

After returning back to Flåm, we had about 45 min. to collect our things from our rooms and board the coach headed to Gudvagon where we were due to board a ferry. This wasn't just a tour because even the bus with all our luggage went on the ferry as well. We had bag lunches today--a nice ham and cheese sandwich ...

Once a Viking

A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Jul 27, 2012

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... as the snow melts in April and/or May, big chunks fall into the water and cause tsunami like conditions. But then again, the ice cream from these dairy farmers is something not to be missed...I think there's extra fat in it. After the above mentioned ice cream we took a local bus up to Dalsnibba and Flydalsjuvet, about 1500 meters above sea level, on a road with an infinite number of hairpin turns and then got to play in the snow after capturing an astonishing view ...