Travel Blogs from Bergen, Norway

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Port Louis Mauritius, Bergen, Noorwegen travel blog

Port Louis Mauritius

A travel blog entry by romijnbot

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Now for something completely different..., Bergen, Norway travel blog

Now for something completely different...

A travel blog entry by woody0198

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... ; From Oslo to Bergen is known as The Most Beautiful Train Ride In The World, and it was spectacular.  I hopped off just before Bergen and camped out in a cave.  I saved money, I suppose, but it got a little wet and cold by early morning.  ...

Contrapunto de mundos: policía y ladrón, Bergen, Noruega travel blog

Contrapunto de mundos: policía y ladrón

A travel blog entry by elsanti

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... kilómetros de Bergen al norte de Noruega lo es en particular. Uruguay- Nosotros estuvimos todo el día manejando camino a Bergen, una ciudad noruega que queda al noroeste del país. Partimos desde el camping donde nos alojamos a unos pocos ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by michael.dewildt

Bergen is the rainiest city in Europe! I jumped on a train from Oslo to Bergen thought Norway's beautiful alpine countryside. The train weaved through mountains, glaciers, ski hills, tunnels and frozen lakes. Taking the train during the day was worth ...

Bryggen and the Fish Market, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bryggen and the Fish Market

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer

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... misting and a little breezy, but wasn't too cold, probably in the 50's. Checking the weather on my Kindle, I found that the Norway government meteorological report predicted that there would be no rain in Bergen from 10:00 AM on. So we put on our ...

Start of Something Big, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Start of Something Big

A travel blog entry by sethsokol

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... my bike on a grass median. By noon, I had it assembled and all of panniers packed and rode away from the airport toward Bergen. I was able to ride the entire way from the airport to the city on the bike paths that parallel the highways. At 4pm, I met ...

Does it ever stop raining in Bergen?, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Does it ever stop raining in Bergen?

A travel blog entry by aussiecaitlin

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... 800m above sea level. At the half way point we jumped off the train and saw this amazing waterfall gushing down through the ice! The day was quite long but the scenery was absolutely spectacular. Norway is definitely a must visit for anyone who isn't ...

Bergen, the small beautiful city of Norway, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen, the small beautiful city of Norway

A travel blog entry by weekee

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Day 4, Bergen We flew from Stockholm to Bergen via Oslo. We stayed in Grand Hotel Terminus which is just next to the train station. From there we booked the famous "Norway in a Nut Shell". We went for a short walk around the city, ...

Don't plan a BBQ in Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Don't plan a BBQ in Bergen

A travel blog entry by colldavesophevi

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Started: Norheimsund, Hardangerfjord Ended: Bergen, Norway Distance Travelled: 102km Those that know me well will know I am a keen observer of fashion. So when we arrived in Bergen this morning to find the local fashionistas dressed in designer dungarees, ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by markandrews

See Berlin to Stockholm to Oslo to Bergen to Voss for ...

Placemarker #4, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Placemarker #4

A travel blog entry by journeythrough

I was ...

Bergen - Nationalfeiertag in Norwegen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen - Nationalfeiertag in Norwegen

A travel blog entry by sonja17

in Arbeit.....dauert nicht mehr ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by kawiusue

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... antibiotics have worked their magic. We are pleased she got well in time to enjoy the long-anticipated train ride between Oslo and Bergen. The seven and a half hour journey was about 500km long and reached an altitude of 1,300m. It is the highest train ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by italiantraveler

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... , Trondheim; Hammerfest is the northernmost town in the world. The main resource of the country is oil. Bergen is an important town, the second largest town in Norway and the capital until 1299 when it was replaced by Oslo. It is also a University town ...

Despedida con lluvia, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Despedida con lluvia

A travel blog entry by rosaguiard

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Último día de trabajo, despedida con visita al museo, y último paseo, esta vez bajo la lluvia, o más bien azotados por la lluvia y el viento. Me ha gustado mucho, y hemos tenido una suerte inmejorable con el ...

Dec 03, 2010, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Dec 03, 2010

A travel blog entry by lewisguevara

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Bryggen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bryggen

A travel blog entry by lkayeurope10

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... at a pub and japanese restaurant and then it was time to rest up for our 5:45am taxi to the airport! Bergen was our first stop on the west coast of Norway and first things first, we had a nice lunch at the Fisketorget (fish market) and started to get used ...

Beautiful Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Beautiful Bergen

A travel blog entry by brendaandnic

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After our 7 hour train ride from Oslo we arrived at the pretty heritage listed Bergen, beautiful streets and houses on top of one another its hard to tell where one starts and the other stops.  Food If you make it here (yes there are plenty of ...

Bergen In The Rain, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen In The Rain

A travel blog entry by lkgyg

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...       We went out once again with umbrella and raincoat and headed for the bustling Fish Market, one of Bergen's best known attractions.  Here there were many stalls with lots of prawns, crabs, lobsters, and many kinds of fish such as ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by leejes4

Today I went to a few tourest palces in Bergen and then hungout with Ingis, bjartes sister and met some of her ...

Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Bergen

A travel blog entry by leejes4

Today I went on an amazing hike with Bjartes mom and then flew back to ...

Tromso to Bergen, Bergen, Norway travel blog

Tromso to Bergen

A travel blog entry by bobrogers

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... . Here is the founding place for Hurtigruten and a very descriptive museum to the history of the coastal steamer business in Norway. It told of the importance to the survival of remote communities this coastal steamer business was. There was an old ...

Jour 3 : A la mode de Bergen, Bergen, Norvège travel blog

Jour 3 : A la mode de Bergen

A travel blog entry by pardoj

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... petit déjeuner à la lueur d’un soleil gracieux, nous prenons la route en bons piétons vers le centre ville de Bergen. Bergen est une ville mignonne et singulière. On y trouve des échos de San Francisco dans la forme et les ...

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 ...

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 ...

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