Mosjoen Hotell

Vollanvegen 35, Mosjoen, Nordland, North Norway, 8650, Norway | B&B
Prices starting from $166.00

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A travel blog entry by maxieduncan


Beautiful day for a drive with the sun out the whole way. The start of the drive from Trondheim was a bit boring but it became increasingly more scenic as we headed north to Helgelandskysten. This is a 433km stretch of coast that is rated as one of the most scenic in Norway. For us Helgelandskysten started with a ferry at Holm to Vennesund followed by a short drive to ...

Climb up to a cave and the Arctic Circle

A travel blog entry by traveleasy


... and had our photo taken. They then took a group photo and a glass of aqua vita, which was a bit strong.

It was lovely that they allowed the staff from the ship to come over and see the monument because it was the first time the ship had stopped there. They all came in their uniforms and we cheered them. It was good fun. Have to get up at 6am tomorrow so must go to bed now. Still not read any of the books I’ve brought with ...

A long and interesting road

A travel blog entry by adventurescot


... is that the people here seem to love their old and vintage cars and today many were out on the roads and all I can think is that it was something to do with independence day.As I headed through many of the towns on my way north there were a number of marches and I got stuck behind a few of them. At the town of Grong I even pulled off the main road and went higher up the mountain to watch and photo the parade marching through the town.Its sure great to see a nation with such ...

Port Call 11:00 - 11:15 + Talks

A travel blog entry by royston4040

Had two Astronomy talks today first on on Sir Patrick Moore, very interesting and the second one was a round up of the weeks aurora photos. This included was what John Mason (our astronomer) thought to be the first aurora photos shot from the top deck of a ship in a force 8 gale. The stars were needless to say not points!


A travel blog entry by lsteen


... and the Allies in the second World War. Even though Norway declared neutrality in WW II, the Germans invaded and occupied the country because of their resources and strategic location. But they didn't capture Norway without a fight. Another stop was at longitude 66.33 which is the Arctic Circle. We missed seeing the Arctic circle marker on the Hurtigruten because we went by it early in the morning so we ...


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