Forus Leilighetshotel

Address: Midtbergveien 1, Sandnes, Rogaland, Western Fjords, 4313, Norway | Condo
 
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Location

This condo, located on Midtbergveien 1, Sandnes, is near Norwegian Children's Museum (Norsk Barnemuseum), Astruptunet, and Eikaas Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Sandnes

    6 mountains, rain, slippery, open fracture, hospit

    A travel blog entry by dannyriebeek on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... to rain. Coming down a slight out of balance movement, u fall and your little finger stands in a position u never have seen it before and i dont mean in a good way. The bone was sticking out of my body muhaha there you are. At the top of the last mountain, rain, wind and a dislocated finger. First reaction was to pull my finger hard so the bone went back into its original place.

    Then the whole story begins, first trying to get down, ...

    BL #3: Ascend Pulpit Rock

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 05, 2014

    13 photos

    ... were fierce today, so it simply wasn't safe to venture out close enough to the edge to properly frame and snap that postcard-perfect picture. Nor was it possible to pose for the iconic shot that everybody wants taken of themselves, seated with their legs dangling over the edge, for what would be the ultimate Facebook profile pic!

    Of course, I must admit that even had the day been without any wind at all, it's still doubtful that I would have dared ...

    Week 11 has hit the scene.

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 24, 2014

    12 photos

    ... buildings without being distracted or swept away. Oslo has a very cool feel. It's very retro, indie and hipster. Trendy to say the least. We saw so much today, high shopping streets empty, churches full, parks dotted with people and the university over flowing. And there's still a truck load more to see tomorrow. I really like here it's quirky and that's very refreshing from a city. Our receptionist is a local and recommended we hit the very retro part of Oslo. We took her advice ...

    Living out the 10yr dream

    A travel blog entry by troyrowe on Oct 15, 2013

    11 photos

    ... I managed to find a group of 3 pretty serious looking Norwegian hikers and they were more than happy to share a cab. In the cab they asked me if I would like to join them for the walk as they take a slightly different path than usual which I immediately accepted. What I didn't realise was the pace these guys were going to hike(/run) at!

    The hike that was supposed to take around 2hrs was completed in just over 1hr and by the time we got there I ...

    Stavanger

    A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jul 16, 2013

    3 photos

    ... best description I’ve heard is that Norway is offensively expensive and that’s exactly what it is. We felt somehow violated paying the equivalent of 40 for a pretty average lunch (no alcoholic drinks).

    Something that we had not fully considered when planning our trip was the impact that possible speed limits might have on our plans. Excluding the highways close to Oslo, the speed limit on most of the country’s roads ...