Travel Blogs from Bergen, Norway

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Oslo to Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Oslo to Bergen

A travel blog entry by squelen

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... nbsp;I think!!)  In Bergen we were able to visit the World Famous Ski Jump that Eddie the Eagle lept off all those years ago, and of course, not forgetting, the World Famous Bergen Fish Market. Mmmmmmmmm! At the fish market we ate crab and whale ...

The sites of Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

The sites of Bergen

A travel blog entry by macgolden

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... the rainiest city in northern Europe. We started the day taking the funicular up to Floyen park, overlooking the city of Bergen. Great views of the city. We then walked down back to the city, wandering through a residential neighborhood, enjoying ...

the Ghent of Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

the Ghent of Norway

A travel blog entry by zeirdo

you all know ghent, you all love Ghent. Today, I discovered that Bergen is the Ghent of Norway: Very cool city, cool people, nice open landscaping... Only thing missing is a Starbucks :-)    Tomorrow should be rain free, looking forward to ...

Flying over Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Flying over Bergen

A travel blog entry by monkeypants

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Beautiful wet Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Beautiful wet Bergen

A travel blog entry by ssigmon

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... of a monastery. We returned to Bergen to visit the Fontoft Stave Church located on a hill high above Bergen. There are only 28 stave churches left in Norway. They date back to the beginnings of Christianity in Norway, usually the 1200's. We reboarded the ...

At the Summit, Bergen, Norway travel blog

At the Summit

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10

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... down the mountain and thence back to the harbour. We’d decided to spend the money and 'do’ the highly recommended ‘Norway in a nutshell’ trip, at 1220 NOK each it’s an expensive day out but should be worth it and the young ...

July 2, 2012, Bergen,  Norway travel blog

July 2, 2012

A travel blog entry by tntontour

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... the flight. The check in guy warned us that our boarding pass would red flag us on boarding. It was a pleasant flight to Bergen. As we had no Kroner we attempted to withdraw enough for train travel and food but the machine rejected our request. Seems the ...

A night out!, Bergen, Norway travel blog

A night out!

A travel blog entry by stapes

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Official recommendation from the Bergen tourist office: Don't arrive at one of the most touristy places in Norway at 6PM in the height of summer and expect to find anywhere to stay the night. However, luck came through for us again (the bad luck was ...

Welcome Festivities with a View, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Welcome Festivities with a View

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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You know a tour is off to a great start when everybody shows up to the welcome cocktail. At least all the guests are present and accounted for, even if their luggage is not. Three people had such tight connections that their luggage didn't make it with ...

The Road to Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

The Road to Bergen

A travel blog entry by thelastword

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... , to the town of Bergen. I have read that it rains for 275 days of the year here. So why go? Well, Bergen is the gateway to the magnificent Norway fjords, we will take our chances. We left Hotel 33 just after 9am (it was around this time that we realised ...

Bergen & Flam, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen & Flam

A travel blog entry by lajsoper

... the expense. Having said that I'm glad we can self cater as it would be prohibitive to eat out for every meal as well. Bergen is a very picturesque little harbour City. It's easy to wonder around the whole place, & really get a sense of the place. ...

Our trip along Sognefjord & Naeroyfjorden, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Our trip along Sognefjord & Naeroyfjorden

A travel blog entry by carallan

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... but again missed it. We did however, in the diversion we took, manage to negotiate down the ‘Steepest’ road in Norway. We followed a tourist coach down which we were happy to do as we thought that if anything went wrong with our brakes the ...

Norway Cruise!, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Norway Cruise!

A travel blog entry by condor08

I went on a mini cruise for my 18th birthday to Norway. It was supposed to be three days long, but one of the engines broke and it took four days! Bit of a nightmare because we run out of food ...

west Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

west Norway

A travel blog entry by simonjuliet

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A quick trip on the train got us into Norway's second largest city, Bergen.  We struggled to find cheap accommodation here so after e-mailing a couple of locals who had rooms to rent, we finally tracked down an apartment in someone's house. Was an ...

Bergen, Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen, Norway

A travel blog entry by gocubs

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Goodby Bergen, hello Flam, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Goodby Bergen, hello Flam

A travel blog entry by rbobski

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... right. It's very good. Like cheddar at home but not dyed yellow. Straight from the cow. A brown one I suspect. Speaking of fresh. Bergen is a huge seaport with a fresh fish market off the docks. And they cook it for you and you eat it right there. Best ...

Empezamos la BIW, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Empezamos la BIW

A travel blog entry by rosaguiard

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Día de trabajo, inicio de la BIW (Bergen International Week), que para eso hemos venido. El registro es a partir de las 10 en el Students Centre. Por la tarde, visita guiada a la ciudad, y después subimos en el funicular Fløibanen al monte Fløyen, de ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by churchill2020

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... disgusted! A few poor leper people of Norway lived here for up to 50 years suffering from the disease and that's even with Norway being a world leader in the diagnosis and treatment of leprosy!  Was sad to see the small rooms that these people used ...

Norway in a Nutshell, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Norway in a Nutshell

A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson

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... day was long, crowded, frustrating in many ways but overwhelmingly beautiful in terms of experiencing the amazing landscapes of this part of Norway. We started with a walk up the hills behind Dr Holm's Hotel, with all its history, into a lovely piece of ...

Norway!! Catch ups with my room mate from Uni days, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Norway!! Catch ups with my room mate from Uni days

A travel blog entry by barefoottravels

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* 14th~ 18th Checked out the island of Askoy (Linn Marie's parents place in the country.) We travelled into Bergen CBD, ate the best sushi I've ever had, at the wholesome cost of $20 per sushi roll!! Feeling very appreciative of our Australian prices. ...

The Riviera of Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

The Riviera of Norway

A travel blog entry by warrencliffe

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... this morning!   Norway is the most expensive of the three countries and apparently the most affluent.    Population of Bergen is  about the same as the N Beaches.    Bergen was the capital of Norway - now it is Oslo. ...

A summer's day, Bergen, Norway travel blog

A summer's day

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10

... of Bergen from a bookstore. Back on the boat for lunch and Helen & Dave were enthusiastic about their morning, spent exploring Bergen and visiting the Hanseatic Museum. That afternoon they were planning to take the cable car to the top of a nearby ...

Evening in Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Evening in Bergen

A travel blog entry by macgolden

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Well, after 3 flights and a number of hours we landed in Bergen. What a beautiful city. The consensus is the city was much larger than any of us suspected. The hotel is at the end if the iconic row of buildings on the waterfront called the ...

Rainy Welcome to Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Rainy Welcome to Bergen

A travel blog entry by londone7

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... was that it was like Nampodong Busan with the wharf area, fish market, mountain homes beside, and European shopping district. I'd seen Bergen on Korean travel shows while living in Korea       It seems a lot of places close Aug ...

Bergen Evening Walk, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen Evening Walk

A travel blog entry by londone7

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... him. It had a spectacular city view. Now it divided into three apartments     He explained the massive prices in Norway were nothing to do with import costs vs Iceland. As Norway is not part of the EU and has oil wealth, ...

Hanseatic Bryggen District, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Hanseatic Bryggen District

A travel blog entry by londone7

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... at the Trondheim Cathedral.   I then found a place with falafel for the shockingly cheap price of 30K ($6), quite low by Norway standards     Visit My Page on Facebook : Departures1 - Global Adventures   ...

Norway in a Nutshell, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Norway in a Nutshell

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10

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... is a URL: http://www.visitnorway.com/en/getting-here-and-around/tour-operators-and-travel-providers/fjord-tours---popular-round-trips/norway-in-a-nutshell-/ We'd opted for a civilized start to the day and were in Bergen station in plenty of time to catch ...

Aboard, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Aboard

A travel blog entry by norway2013

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Landed at a snow bound airport, landing on a runway that was covered with snow. It was Norways first proper snow of the winter and was a bit surprising to see that roads were slow and a lot of airports around the country were closed. From our point of ...

Day 6, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Day 6

A travel blog entry by jess.reuter

... to use spices (garlic being the best at keeping bacteria at bay).  Pretty interesting.   I also learned that in Norway one of the most popular musical instruments is the fiddle, however, when the Christians came in and started ruling ...

Day 13, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Day 13

A travel blog entry by sherpaman

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... but I had plenty of clean clothes to change into. The itinerary for the rest of the day and into tomorrow was take a train from Bergen to Oslo (7 hrs),bus from Oslo to Rygge Airport (1hr), Plane to London (2hrs), Subway to change airports in London, then ...

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