Travel Blogs from Bergen, Norway

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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. ...

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   ...

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 ...

46 års bryllupsdag., Bergen, Norway travel blog

46 års bryllupsdag.

A travel blog entry by bumle

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... , der blev serveret en pinacolare og en whisky. Der efter gik vi op på kabinen og raflede lidt medens vi nød udsejlingen fra Bergen. Vores aftens mad blev nyt fra club Luninosa og det var alle tiders, rigtig god mad, rigtig god service, det var noget ...

To Norway!, Bergen, Norway travel blog

To Norway!

A travel blog entry by vicky.welch

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Holy crap, can't believe what scenery I've woken up to. Took off my eye mask to see clouds mountains waterfalls silver birch and alpine. Best view ever. Unbelievable. It's 5.30 am. My couch surfer host hasn't contacted me back, so I'm thinking ill leave ...

Bergen 18th-22nd, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen 18th-22nd

A travel blog entry by vicky.welch

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The last few days have been craaaazy! So I was walking around Bergen at 7 in the morning, I dropped my bag off at the train stations lockers. I walked around the fish market at the harbour and walked around a few parks, I still hadn't heard from Alex my ...

Tourist traps, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Tourist traps

A travel blog entry by thekennies

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... bought some candies while we were out and bribed them with sour whales, chocolate covered whale crackers and solid chocolate whale candies! Bergen feels a bit like Vancouver in climate ... It's lush and salty and rainy. But fresh and quirky. I'm so glad ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by bubbleos

... up our hire car to start the road trip part of our travels.  We headed straight out to the west coast of Norway to Bergen, which is fjord-land.  The drive from Oslo to Bergen was amazing.  We passed so many different landscapes, it's ...

The Marvellous Flam Railway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

The Marvellous Flam Railway

A travel blog entry by lkgyg

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... a short rest I wanted to bring Anna and Steph for a ride on Scandinavia's only funicular railway up to Mount Floyen for panoramic sights of Bergen and the fjords way below, but a persistent drizzle put paid to that.        We then went ...

Bergen, Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen, Norway

A travel blog entry by gocubs

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... needed one - should such a thing be so hard to find? Oh the woes of a world traveler... Ha ha.) Anyway, what else about Bergen? I walked around the Bergenhus Festning (Castle) and hiked up to the top of the grounds for a great view of the city and fjord. ...

Avreise..., Bergen, Norway travel blog

Avreise...

A travel blog entry by eirikandvegar

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... , det hadde vi begge satt veldig stor pris på. ... og vi vil selvfølgelig takke alle våre foreldre, venner, kollegaer og bekjente for å være snille, greie og alt det der. Vi savner dere litt allerede, men... You know. Takk for oss, ...

Express Boat to Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Express Boat to Bergen

A travel blog entry by ozray

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... news that it was going to rain, we decided to catch the early boat and have a bit more time in Bergen which is the second largest city in Norway. The boat trip was nothing spectacular after the sights we've seen so far and especially with the bad weather, ...

Cruising the Fjords, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Cruising the Fjords

A travel blog entry by amy.larkin

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From Denmark Merinda and I flew to Bergen, Norway, to embark on a voyage/cruise through the Norwegian fjords into the artic circle for the next 12 days. Upon arriving  in Bergen, a very lovely local kindly sent us the wrong direction to the dock but ...

Day 5, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Day 5

A travel blog entry by jess.reuter

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God morgen! That's good morning in Norwegian.   Only 3 more days until we reach Norway and I get my clothes! Woo hoo!!!    It is so beautiful today, the sun is finally shinning and someone said that as we get closer to land we ...

Hurtigruten, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Hurtigruten

A travel blog entry by glgolfer

Arrived Oslo early morning on 18 May 2005. Got directions to the correct train and used the tickets in the package to board. Short trip to downtown Oslo where we drug our luggage 3 blocks or so from the station the tje Bristol Hotel, our home for 2 ...

#301 The Beauty of Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

#301 The Beauty of Norway

A travel blog entry by johnston9494

Norway is beautiful. We traveled 100 miles northeast of Bergen by bus, ferry, and train to experience the Norwegian countryside and the fjords first-hand. We were overwhelmed. Here is some of Norway's beauty through the bus window... ...

kjhkjashdf, Bergen, Norway travel blog

kjhkjashdf

A travel blog entry by oureutrip

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Gateway to the Norwegian fjords, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Gateway to the Norwegian fjords

A travel blog entry by padrepam

Bergen, Norway Monday, September 27          The sail into Bergen through the fjords was very pretty. But it was so cold and windy on the top deck that we decided it had been a mistake not to bring hats, so we added ...

The'Big One.', Bergen, Norway travel blog

The'Big One.'

A travel blog entry by mickels

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... Walk is 30km long and has a total ascent of around 2400m. Today, the 'Bergen Turlag' (Bergen Hiking Association) stages the event along with 'Bergens Tidende'- Norway's 4th largest newspaper. Starting Cards are available at the Hiking Club, most ...

Heaven on earth..albeit an expensive one!!, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Heaven on earth..albeit an expensive one!!

A travel blog entry by arpitagal

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... Norway and you just can't afford to miss it. After the tour, we decided to spend next days in Stavenger, a beautiful sea town. Norway is quite famous for its treks and we ended up doing the best of them- Priekestolen, which in Norwegian means PulpIt rock. ...

Bye bye, Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bye bye, Norway

A travel blog entry by clayenger

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We are on the shuttle bus on route to the airport bound for 3 nights in London. It's a very heavy mist Kristyn says making it a little easier to leave. We are so thankful Dad took the initiative to plan this trip. He planned most every detail. It has ...

Day 3 En route to Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Day 3 En route to Bergen

A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid

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... today.  Susan Leng one of the onboard lecturers gave an interesting talk on Andalsnes, our port of call on Saturday after Bergen so it was interesting to learn about the history and the sights of this town and surrounding area. It wasn't long before ...

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