Sandefjord Guesthouse

Address: Liveien 10, Sandefjord, Vestfold, 3216, Norway | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Liveien 10, Sandefjord.
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Travel Blogs from Sandefjord

Porsgrunn 3

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 17, 2013

... made no comment as if nothing had happened.....! I thought my little heart was going to jump right out of my chest! Had a lovely Skype call from Steph this morning and then also spoke to my darling Charlotte, who gave me an update on the leaps and bounds of development that young Lachie is making....at 16 months they grow so fast and every day is a quantum leap. As is always the case here, Haakon tries to cajole me ...

Still at Haakon and Kari's

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jul 01, 2012

... ourselves, and we will meet Kristian and Mentsina at their cabin, stay over night, and then head off into places unknown.
We have been poring over maps of Norway for the last couple of days, and it seems that all our advisers have a different idea of where we should go, so we are now totally confused.
I'll just wait until I get my instructions, but the idea is to head sort-of north-west and have a look ...

Norway at last

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on May 14, 2012

3 comments, 23 photos

... little else changed, the buildings were still picturesque, the scenery was beautiful and it was still raining when we pulled into a car park/picnic area on the banks of the River Gomma in Sorumsand, to stay for the night

Along with some other Scandinavian countries, Norway has 'Allemenstratten, or ‘everyman’s right,, including the right to camp anywhere along the road for up to 2 days as ...

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A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold on Mar 16, 2011

... a
museum on Swedish history and heritage and another museum housing a
17th century warship, both of which were very fascinating. We also
saw many of Stockholm's beautiful churches, including the Storkyrkan,
which is where the Swedish royal wedding took place last June.
Overall, Stockholm is a wonderful city that has a lot to offer.

My time in Sweden quickly came to
pass, and before I knew it, I found my ...

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A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold on Feb 17, 2011

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... about the 1000+ years of historical events that have happened
here, from the Black Plague to the vikings. Also near the museum was
a stave church (not unlike the one at the Hjemkomst Center in
Moorhead) and village typical of 13th century Norway. Saturday we
spent sledding on the slopes near the city of Hamar. It was really a
lot of fun; the views from the top of the hill were simply
spectacular. Hopefully we can do some skiing in ...