Tone's Bed & Breakfast

Address: Peder Claussens gt 22, Stavanger, Rogaland, Western Fjords, 4008, Norway | B&B
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This B&B, located on Peder Claussens gt 22, Stavanger, is near Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), Museum of Archaeology (Arkeologisk Museum), Utstein Kloster, and Stavanger Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Stavanger


A travel blog entry by pearlinthesea on Sep 15, 2015

... and waffles, I would say that maybe we should have skipped Stavanger.

Yeah, Stavanger didn't really live up to its billing. The old town is entirely residential, and it's really not worth the time. Especially in the rain. Most of the museums are not really our cup of tea (although I had a lovely cup of tea in one of the museum gift shops/cafes ...

A two thousand word day

A travel blog entry by cokers on Aug 13, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... up above the snow line to nearly 1000 metres to another plateau area similar to a couple of days ago. Lots of tight twisty roads, but spectacular unforgettable views, before descending to Sauda and an arm of the Vindalfjorden.
Only a short wait for the ferry to Sand and we are back on Highway 13, the main road to Stavanger. There's another short wait for the ferry to Hjelmeland which we only just got onto as it was packed, ...

Pulpit Rock

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 17, 2015

6 photos

... that the rain would stop soon. Once we started the walk, the rain sort of eased off for a while but it did come back and later, when we’d climbed sufficiently as to be in the cloud, we had water vapour to contend with as well. This bad weather didn’t seem to act as a deterrent to tourists, there were at least a couple of hundred either plodding gamely upwards or gingerly negotiating their way down past us on the rocky path and steps.

We got to the summit ...

A bit of history

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 14, 2015

10 photos

... ago, one of his famous statues in his own image that are mostly now on Crosby beach near Liverpool and called ‘Another Place’ . They look better on the beach rather than outside a fish market.

After a failed attempt to pay for tonight’s mooring (machine wouldn’t work, or at least I hope not otherwise we have paid for at least 6 nights given the number of attempts I made!) and another relaxing evening on board, with the wind palpably dying as I type ...

On Top of the World Looking Down

A travel blog entry by brookealexandra on Oct 30, 2014

6 photos

... is a nightmare in the summer. We had a snack on the edge, just taking in being on top of the world. We also got some great shots from the top, whether I was jumping in the air, or Hannah was doing yoga. We were so glad we had the opportunity to go on the hike and felt so lucky that the weather turned out to be so nice. In fact, rather than being super cold, I was quite warm when climbing. Gradually removing layers, I was ...