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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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... little electric bike its first outing. First stop was the lighthouse for some views over the town and then we rode over the bridge to the older part of town for a look. It was very quiet and there was ************e about. The bike went well although with the two of us on it Neville had to pedal a little bit on the really steep bits.
... with us from night to night. Both our main server and the assistant server are nice and very pleasant. The head server for the area who coordinates all of the servers in our section is exceptional. He has stopped at our table to see how things are going or just to chat numerous times. We've normally not seen much of the person in this role on other cruises. After dinner we went back to the room and watched a movie. Our next stop has a very early excursion ...
... They catch halibut and cod in the sea, some trout in the lake and there is talk of introducing salmon aquaculture. The adorable houses are uniformly small, colorful, with two storeys and decorative trim--they could be troll houses. In fact, there are rules that dictate the color of the house, the size of the windows and whether or not there can be an addition.
Fairy tale cottages notwithstanding, walking around town in the cold and ...
... Red by Robert Ryan, which is a part-fictionalised account of the Great Train Robbery. It’s a thick book (over 700 pages) so it’s taking ages to read.
Every now and again, the waves would come crashing off our window with a bang; and to think we are five decks up!
At 4.00pm I left Trevor to it and went along to the salon to have my hair put up in readiness of this evening’s formal dress code. It was also Captain ...
... scenery and a great experience.
Our next visit was to the Kvernes Stave Church, in Aver°y. From outside it looked fairly plain, but it was amazing when we went inside. All the wooden walls and ceiling were decorated with hand-painted designs, and the wooden pillars, beams and pews were intricately carved. Each of the pews was contained in a separate little cubicle with a gate, and when you went to sit inside, there ...