Beitostolen Leilighetshotell

Address: High Street, Beitostolen, Oppland, Eastern Valleys, 2953, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on High Street, Beitostolen.
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Travel Blogs from Beitostolen

Bergen to Skei

A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 23, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... to the Fjærland area in the north. The Fjærland area is surrounded by mountains and water. The only other access to the Fjærland area comes via the Fjærland Tunnel which connects to Jølster municipality to the north. The Jostedalsbreen National Park lies in the far northern part of the municipality. The Jostedalsbreen glacier is partially located in Sogndal, and it has several small glacial arms inside Sogndal: ...

Camping it up

A travel blog entry by stapes on Jul 27, 2014

29 photos

Picked up Dan from the airport, delighted to see a bottle of Johnnie Walker in his hand from duty free (good thing too as you can't buy anything stronger then 3.5% beer in Scandinavian supermarkets I was surprised to discover).

We headed straight towards Norway's most acclaimed National Park, Jotunheim. Stopped on the way for a lakeside lunch and tried to bring back the terrible Chris Tarrant ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 16, 2014

6 photos

... another beautiful landscape. It just looked like Lord of the Rings at some places around here. From Lom where the route ended we took the road to Vågåmo from there we drove to Fagernes and there we stay for one night. Today we drove ...

Last full day in Hemsedal

A travel blog entry by mccauleyj on Jun 22, 2013

... still put that much heart and soul into our architecture? The next few generations will be so unimpressed with most of our modern day buildings. After we drove to the fjords. This required us to drive over a mountain range with snow and pretty dark and light blue iced over lakes. Lunch and ice cream Home for packing and dessert party Talked with Anne about where todo after Germany Poker with Oola, Thomas, and ...

Train to Hemsedal - the "real" Norway

A travel blog entry by mccauleyj on Jun 20, 2013

... more confident when having a conversation with me. Beside Mexico, Norway is the first country I've been in that speaks a different language. And out of all the languages, Norwegian is one of the more difficult ones to pick up. Mostly because there is basically no similarity to English or Spanish. As Dalyn and I sat and listened to the group condensate we felt a little secluded and we had no way of figuring out even basic conversation topics. This was not a big deal, just a new ...