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 ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Dec 22, 2013

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... capital. I believe it is twice the population of Townsville, but only half the size in land. This is where Emma and Vegard studied graphic design first, before coming to Australia and finalising their degree at JCU.

I really liked Trondheim. It had an awesome back story which featured the vikings! We visited a farmer's market first, and then wandered into the christmas market. This will be our ...

Trondheim

A travel blog entry by lsteen on Jul 21, 2013

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The third largest city in Norway, Trondheim dates back to 997. One of its most important landmarks is Nidaros Cathedral which originated in about 1070 at the location where Norway's St. Olav was buried after being killed at the battle of Stiklestad. St. Olav is now known as the Eternal King of Norway. All kings have to go to Nidaros Cathedral and get ceremonial permission from him to be crowned. Nidaros is the most northern cathedral in Europe and still the ...

Start the day the Trondheim Way

A travel blog entry by btweed on May 12, 2013

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... came from all over to be healed at St Olaf's Shrine in Nidaros. In the 11th century a church was built over the shrine of St. Olaf and it is of great national and cultural importance in Norway, and one of Northern Europe's greatest Gothic memorials. We were unable to see the inside as it was it closed, opening for tours just as we had to leave. There is an old cemetery on the grounds of the church, including a stone for Bernt Julius Muus, an immigrant Pastor ...

Last day

A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Sep 02, 2012

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... sign by the mouth of the cave (in Norwegian and English) giving the history of the caves. Katie and Chris went off to explore the rock pools while Liz and I watched a group of kayakers paddling gently round the island. After about half an hour we made our way back to the house. Before dinner Olivia and I explored the beach for one last time, and found a huge jellyfish....lucky we didn't see any when we went swimming! Our dinner was a good ...