Baardshaug Herregaard

Orkedalsveien 102, Orkanger, Sør-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 07300, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Orkedalsveien 102, Orkanger.
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    Travel Blogs from Orkanger

    From the Medieval to Modern Marvels

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 27, 2013

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    ... down a couple of times but has risen from the ashes more magnificent each time. A young guide showed us around. We were able to see the small side chapels and the large organ from the middle period. They are at present restoring the huge 19th century organ which stands under the Rose window. It was very impressive

    Outside we saw the gardens and the surrounds which are very attractive. Then it was back to the bus and a drive through the ...

    Brrrrr - it was cold in Norway

    A travel blog entry by jcs on Mar 26, 2013

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    The first of the winter storms came in last night and this morning (in the real world) it was freezing! Where better to head for today's virtual ride than Norway? The snow and ice matched the cold blustery weather on the veranda where I have my exercise bike. I set myself a target of staying on the bike for 20 minutes... It was cold!.... but in the end I couldn't help pedalling just a bit further to see what was around the next ...

    Second oldest city in Norway

    A travel blog entry by sonia72 on Jan 11, 2013

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    Temp. -4C

    Trondheim is not only the 2nd oldest city in Norway, but it's also the current 3rd largest & it was originally the 1st Capital city of Norway founded by the Viking King Olav in the late 900s. Okay I'll take my tour guide hat off, but for all those reasons I was looking forward to visiting this city.

    The ship docked this morning at 6.30am, which ...

    A quiet day

    A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Sep 01, 2012

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    ... around the island (I had the cheese course as a starter!), and the mains were halibut or local beef. Katie said the mussels were the best she'd ever had, and the beef was absolutely amazing. We were treated to a lovely sunset through the full-length glass windows of the restaurant, and when we left the whole bay was illuminated by the light from a full moon. A small group were sat round a camp fire on the beach, with kayaks at the ready - I think they planned a moon-lit ...

    Dance the night away (and morning, and afternoon)

    A travel blog entry by melepua on May 04, 2012

    ... did. And the instructors expected it, understanding our woes and telling us that the program had to be this intensive in order for the EU to fund it. They’ve tried to work out a nicer schedule with the EU but with no luck. The EU does not want to fund empty space. Settled.

    One last complaint rant. I am living in Ireland. We fly out of the Shannon Airport on Ireland’s west coast and into Trondheim, way north Norway. ...