Bardshaug Herrgard

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

A monastery and a WWII gun

A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 03, 2014

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... from one of the G group who was already there and we all got onto the internet. I sent a message to Sybil and then put something up on Facebook.

We were almost the last people in the Zodiaks to go back to the ship. It was getting cooler by then.

Went to the 4th floor for the briefing tomorrow – again nothing like the pamphlet and then dinner was called. Tonight was ...

Up North

A travel blog entry by lynrobinson on Aug 23, 2013

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... smooth in the clear light. We misstime our visit to Munkholmen Island and have to leave almost immediately. I am not sorry, for it's terrible history as a Viking and Nazi execution ground is chilling. In the evening we are lucky enough to be invited out for a home cooked meal featuring fresh nutritious local fish and berries. Monday the 26 th is another beautiful day and we set out to walk part of the Ladestein. Following the waters edge the trail ...

Monday in Trondheim

A travel blog entry by dbrainard on May 20, 2013

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Unfortunately everything is closed in Trondheim on this Monday, so we just walked all over the town before we went to the train station to go to Stockholm.

Trondheim is ...

Black Ice

A travel blog entry by keeeper on Oct 13, 2012

5 comments, 23 photos

... of the Svartisen, "Black Ice" glacial that lies in this wasteland. So, shall I call the whole enterprise a waste of time?
Never! Traveling is about experiencing, and this includes both good and bad memories. Some events are to increase your morale, some other to give you hard time so you could overcame the difficulties and belive in yourself what leads next to even better adventures. That's how it works.


The plan

A travel blog entry by lordhomedale on May 13, 2012

2 photos

... into Russia for the third time, to Ulan-Ude and to Irkutsk for a little rest and recovery by the Baikal Sea. From Irkutsk we make our way eastwards to Chita and Tynda and then north to Yakutsk, and from Yakutsk the (in)famous Kolyma highway, built by Gulag prisoners, 2000 kilometers to Magadan.

From Magadan we have to improvise a bit: we either have to get the cars onto a freight container on a ship bound for Vladivostok and ...