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

At Least It Wasn't Snowing This Time

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 07, 2015

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We had one more day at sea before arriving in Norway. The seas had calmed down a bit, so Karl was able to move about the ship. We slept in (until about 8 AM), had breakfast in the Lido and then I worked on my blog and Karl read for most of the rest of the morning. We had lunch with the Cruise Specialists (our travel agent) cruise hosts, Henk and Lucia in the dining room. We really weren't very hungry, so Karl had a sandwich and I had soup and an appetizer for lunch. ...

Camping it up

A travel blog entry by stapes on Jul 27, 2014

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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

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The weather is very good, the sun is shining and feels really warm, it's a bit windy. Today we left Dragsvik and took there the ferry to Hella. From Hella we drove to Gaupne and from there we took a tourist route named 'Sognefjellsvegen', what we ...

Last full day in Hemsedal

A travel blog entry by mccauleyj on Jun 22, 2013

The Ødegårds took us out for a little Norwegian tour. We first visited the Borgund Stave-Church which is a 900 year old church that is still standing. The architecture was beautiful and it was covered with a shiny, black tar schlack. This was the first really really old place I had visited in Europe. I found it so impressive that people almost 1000 years ago could build such beautiful buildings. Why ...

Train to Hemsedal - the "real" Norway

A travel blog entry by mccauleyj on Jun 20, 2013

... with their names and then quickly modified them as they knew Americans would pronounce it. After the quick intros, it was back to speaking Norwegian and avoiding English in front of the crowd. Bim had told us earlier that people are embarrassed to speak English to us because they think they sound funny or are saying things wrong. After learning this I went out of my way to encourage English and nod and act like I knew exactly what they were saying. I think this made people feel ...