Almaas Hotell

Address: Kjotteinsvegen 60, Stord, Hordaland, Western Fjords, 5411, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kjotteinsvegen 60, Stord.
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    Travel Blogs from Stord

    Norway - classic images and life

    A travel blog entry by andreademartini on Sep 14, 2012

    5 photos

    Entering Norway such a difference from Paris and right from landing in Haugesund it has been ideally picturesque. Traditional imagery at every turn. The building and their colours, forest of moss, crisp skies and so many variations of green.


    My friends have been wonderful and providing all the clothing necessary to fit with the beginning of a Norwegian Autumn.

    Travelling to Stord ...

    Hellesylt and Geiranger - Love Me Tender

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on May 31, 2011

    6 comments, 26 photos

    By the time we woke up we had already anchored off the shore of Hellesylt.

    Hellesylt is a small community that lies on Storfjord. This fjord starts at Alesund, Norway's largest fishing port and winds 50 miles before hitting Hellesylt.

    There are only 2 excursions scheduled at Hellesylt. The piers on Hellesyt are not big enough to accommodate a cruise ship so a tender service is provided. You could say that those who had a guided tour were taking the ...

    6 Hours Further...

    A travel blog entry by wolftrails on Aug 10, 2010

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... to stop where possible to take pictures of them. The tricky bit is that the country roads here often lack practical things like hard shoulders or side-walks. So we usually stopped in someone's drive-way and wandered on the side of the road or in a ditch to get to the spot we wanted to. (God knows what the people who drove by thought we were doing.)

    Most noticable was probably that there are a lot of old wooden sheds scattered around, which looked very ...

    Oops a little mistake..

    A travel blog entry by brendaandnic on Aug 10, 2010

    3 photos

    ..and we are staying in Os tonight at Bjornefjorden Gjestetun, it used to be a farm which is now been converted into a lovely hotel overlooking the fjords south of Bergen. As I sit here the view is amazing, I can see for miles and miles however I am wearing a fleece as the weather is still not playing ball. It was about an hour bus ride from Bergen and then it was meant to be a 10 ...

    Stavanger, European Capital of Culture

    A travel blog entry by evasolo on Jun 28, 2008

    2 photos

    ... of his enemies around 900 AD. Stavanger, Norway's 4th biggest town of about 120,000 residents, is surprisingly cosmopolitan for its size, being the home for people from 150 different countries. It is best known as the oil capital of the Norway, but in earlier times it was the centre of Norway's then booming herring and canning industry. Summer is ...