Bardshaug Herrgard

Orkanger, Sør-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 7300, Norway | Hotel
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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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... up to a lookout and from there got an excellent view over the city. The spire of the Cathedral soars over the buildings which are clinging to the banks of the river, Nide and the harbour. From here we could see Monk's Island where in the 13th century a Benedectine Monastery was located, then it was used as a prison under Danish hegemony, but now there is a restaurant and a children's theatre there. We were then driven through some pretty suburbs back down ...

Driving Motobike / Töff fahren

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Jul 05, 2012

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5.7.2012 Trondheim (N) Km: 58308 Driving Motobike / Töff fahren

Today was the most beautiful motorbike track. Great streets in a spectacular and beautiful natural environment. Today I avoided tunnel wherever it was possible. But I've come across the Videseter Pass. In freezing temperatures first long distance driving on gravel road (you have to earn the Gairanger Fjord). Then after a few more passes ...

Dance the night away (and morning, and afternoon)

A travel blog entry by melepua on May 04, 2012

... Even the update about how I saw travellers driving their horse on a busy road today is also passé. What should I say about the weather? No surprises here, cloudy as usual. But just because I have nothing to update you on does not mean I am bored or disinterested. Oh, no, quite the contrary! Ireland is just as interesting to me as it always has been. Maybe even more so, since I am seeing it through a local’s eyes rather than a ...

First Walk through Trondheim

A travel blog entry by tilfjellsogford on Jul 21, 2011

33 photos

... on top of some houses. A fort, Kristiansten Feshning, could be seen from the "university" district. Another spiral on top of a big house.

The fort, Kristiansten Feshning, was completed in 1682. As soon as I entered the gates of the fort, I saw the prison on my right. Each cell is very small and there weren't any light if an inmate were locked in the cell. View of Trondheim from the fort. ...

We're here!

A travel blog entry by joesbigtrip on Feb 14, 2011

1 comment, 1 photo

Hey, all!

We had a super trip and it really didn't seem like a whole 18 hours. The longest part of our trip took us from Chicago, Illinois to Copenhagen, Denmark. When we arrived in Copenhagen, it was snowing lightly. We were bussed from the terminal to a small commuter plane on the runway. While waiting for the plane to open, we ...