Bardshaug Herrgard

Address: Orkanger, Sør-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 7300, Norway | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Orkanger

Day 7

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 13, 2014

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Today we went to Trondheim, we've been to a old hospital church and the oldest hospital of Norway. We've seen the Nidaros cathedral, unfortunatly it was closed, but the outside was very beautiful. We also went to Kristiansundfestning an fort in Trondheim. The weather is better today, we had a little bit rain. Tomorrow we leave and go see and drive the Atlantic road and the Trollstigen and hopefully some ...

Finally making it to Trondheim after 2.5yrs!

A travel blog entry by troyrowe on Oct 20, 2013

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... myself, he was extremely trustworthy straight away and it was really nice to have my own place so I could just chill out for the night.

I was asleep by 10pm and woke up early to another stunning day. It was still quite chilling at only around 7-8deg but with no a cloud in the sky it was the perfect day to walk absolutely everywhere. I proceeded to spend the next 8 or so hours walking all around Trondheim and even managed to head out of the city ...

As far north as we go

A travel blog entry by sherberts2 on Jun 01, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

Saturday 1st June


We left Oslo in the rain on Thursday at 7.30am and headed north planning to stop at Lillehammer that is once we finally got out of the city. It rained heavily all the way, what should have been a dual carriageway was a single road due to major road works. In fact you couldn't recognise where the road had been with all the work going on, and with the rain it was very muddy on the road as well. ...

EARLY morning sight-seeing.

A travel blog entry by luckydux on Nov 30, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... cafés.This neighbourhood of wooden houses represents a special cultural environment which is an important and recognized part of the world's cultural heritage programme. This special section of town is a strong part of Trondheim's cultural identity.
Bakklandet was first built in the 17th century, but was partly destroyed when the Swedish under General Armfeldt beleaguered the city. Reconstruction ...

Amazing weather

A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Aug 31, 2012

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... some equestrian skills. After working up a bit of a sweat with the frisbee Liz suggested we actually buy an alcoholic drink from the cafe! We had scraped together our life savings, so I agreed. I enquired about prices, and it wasn't TOO bad....a large beer was 75 krona (around £8), and a glass of wine about the same. We certainly savoured those drinks!!! As we sat on the terrace in the sun we could see a large cloud approaching from far out to sea. It was ...