Hotel Arran Nordkapp

Sjoveien 18A, Honningsvag, Finnmark, North Norway, 9762, Norway | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Honningsvag

Gateway to the North Cape

A travel blog entry by sandjtravels

7

... by doing a loop.



Before the cruise ...

Will you do the fandango?

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean

9

... hear the TV in the corner - it sounds like the Goon Show is on. Transpires it's the Smurfs in Norwegian!

Take off and the steward starts the trolley service. Unpacks the trolley and sorts that out, pulls out the credit card machine, logs on and checks that, open up the cash wallet and checks that. It takes him about 5 mins. He then does the trolley service which lasts all of, ooh, 30 seconds to walk the 10ft long aisle and back ...

Lubumba and Trollfjord

A travel blog entry by btweed

4

... entering the Trollfjord, 2 km long and 100 m wide, at the mouth. There was a famous battle here in 1880, the battle of Troll Fjord. We saw a sea eagle in the fjord and plenty of gulls. At 16:00 we sailed into the 26 km strait of Raftsundet, perhaps the most beautiful part of the whole voyage.
At 18:30 (4pm) we had an hour and a half to wander around the town of Svolvaer. Tom had wanted to go to the Lofoten War Museum, as his ...

A Beautiful Blue and White Day

A travel blog entry by btweed

6

... young swim back themselves to the snow clad plains.
I got up in time for breakfast (around 9am). Breakfast ends at 10am. The breakfasts are good with the usual Muesli, fruit, eggs, hard boiled, soft boiled, and potatoes, fish, breads, crackers, cheeses, etc. I try to just eat the muesli and a bit of fruit and a HB egg for protein.
At about 10:45 we see the island of Melkoya and parts of the Snow White project, the first facility for export of liquefied gas in Norway. We ...

Been there never saw it!

A travel blog entry by pearcy

5

... but it does take a lot of effort and concentration, particularly with buses passing coming towards you. It is also difficult going round the fjords, the wind tends to come roaring down the head of the fjord so as you go round you get it from all sides.

I stop for fuel, a rest, a warm up, coffee and food at Honningsvag, the last place of any size. The computers are down so the pumps won't work, it gives me ...

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This hotel, located on Sjoveien 18A, Honningsvag, is near Nordkapphallen and Nordkappmuseet.
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