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TravelPod Member ReviewsSkiven Guesthouse Bergen
We liked it here very much as it is good value for expensive Bergen. There is a kitchen to make meals and the room we had was a great size. The hosts live separately upstairs so it is no problem to come and go as you please. The location is also very convenient to town
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... as we went along, pointing out such delights as ancient churches dating to the 13th century and the country’s oldest hydroelectric power station, the turbines of which seemed to be fed by a pipe constructed of wood reinforced by iron bands. However, the climax of the journey was to come within the last few kilometres, the descent via an incredible series of hairpin bends from the Stalheim hotel at the top of the road down to Gudvangen itself. The ...
... even ambulance boats as well as numerous pleasure craft of all shapes and sizes.
There was a palpable sense of anticipation as we approached Bergen. Firstly it is in fairness, dramatically situated at the head of a deep fjord called Byfjord and at the foot of several hills and secondly, Bergen marks the end of our northward trek. Any additional northing we make will be by way of a pottering sort of cruise and not a deliberate ...
... for Mrs. Paul's.
The younger attendant handed me and the man from India a long pole with a hook holding an aluminum bucket. We were told to keep it straight because if we twisted it, it would fall in the water and we'd have to get it. We were to move it only out and in, and catch as much of the waterfall as the bucket would hold.
The boat drifted straight to the waterfall and as we pushed the pole out to capture water the ...
... to see ships, fjords, islands, mountain tunnels, and coastal highway.
I got to the station early at 8am for the 9am bus and was able to get the back row ...
... hillsides of house, harbors, beautiful trees and cliffs, “this looks like home”, I said to myself, and somehow I became much more comfortable in a new city that was totally foreign to me. I found my hostel, got checked in, and freshened up - time now, 2pm. I armed myself with my camera and headed for Bryggen. This is where the Hanseatic merchants operated way back from 1200 something to 1700 something (if that means anything to you .. it doesn’t really mean anything ...