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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtlanten Motel Kristiansund
There was nothing wrong with the receptionist or our welcome. The cabin was clean and roomy. It's a caravan park cabin - so what we expected. And a heater too! Breakfast was tasty and sumptuous!
We walked into town beside the road - it takes half the time going along the harbour (through the old shipbuilder's yards) - but we didn't get given that information (lost a star there). We were looking for a budget place and we have no complaints about Atlanten.
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... rate it as Norway's most significant icon and the country's holiest shrine. The problem is it didn't open until 9am and it was on the other side of the city. At least we had until 10am, but it was still going to be tight. We decided to have breakfast at a semi-reasonable hour, 8am (we ARE on holidays), and by 8.45am we were on solid ground. We could see the cathedral's spire and it looked A LONG way away. When a lone taxi passed us as we were exiting the port and stopped in an empty ...
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For the past two days, we have been cruising through scenic fjords. Yesterday, we cruised past Fugloya with its many sea birds as we headed for Molde.
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Molde is a town with 24,000 population. The town had a fire in 1916 where 225 houses burned down. The town also suffered greatly from the bombs that dropped during ...
A guy from cruise critic had organized a full day tour today, with a bus load of others. We took the bus north on the great Atlantic road, a recently built road connecting many islands with bridges that has become on of the top tourist attractions of Norway. On a neighboring island, we stopped at the stave church in Kvarnes. There are only a couple dozen of the wooden churches left in Norway, built about ...
... goes right through you rather than round you) onshore gale blowing.
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