Best Western Bergen

Address: Haakonsgaten 2, Bergen, Hordaland, Western Fjords, \N, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Sentrum area of Bergen, is near Flam Railway, Mount Ulriken, Fantoft Stavkirke, and Bergen Art Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Bergen

Goodby Bergen, hello Flam

A travel blog entry by rbobski on Jul 08, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... has included purchase of cold beer. Yes! Mind you, beer here is is quite expensive. Easily $10 a pint in restaurants and bars. $4-5 per can in grocery store. Food is also expensive by our standards but is very good, fresh and seems like a lot less processed. There is Norwegian brown cheese which is, of course, brown. I wouldn't have probably tried it were it not for our Scandanavian friend Kristina who said try it. She was right. It's very ...

A full complement

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 30, 2015

The last day of June, Britain is experiencing a heat wave and I'm in my shorts but on the verge of regretting it as the temperatures are only in the high(ish) 'teens. Still, ever the optimist, the high thin cloud may disappear and leave us with clear, blue skies.

Those were my thoughts, more or less, as we headed off up the Byfjorden back towards Bergen. There was a light southerly wind but not strong enough to enable us to sail, ...

Bergen -- Swiss Efficiency with Airport Prices

A travel blog entry by cyclingcities on May 18, 2015

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... to Keep in Mind:

  • Prepared food (in restaurants, delis and cafes) is expensive. People warned me that Iceland was expensive but I didn't find that to be the case at all. However, Bergen is expensive -- like $12 for a baguette expensive. We've mostly stuck to grocery stores.
  • It rains a lot -- in a chilly, drizzling kind of way. It hasn't exactly been pouring but it's been sprinkling a lot on and off. I've never ...

Norway in a Nutshell

A travel blog entry by woodsies on May 06, 2015

5 photos

... made with Grinders that Peter carried from Melbourne!!) looking at the breathtaking views around us - more water, mountains and snow! I wandered in the visitors' centre and bought a few postcards to send to the grandchildren as promised, and looked at the huge range of souvenirs, all at astronomical prices made worse by the fact the $1 is 5 kroner, so it looks even more! I resisted the temptation to buy any sort of troll... ...

First day in Bergen

A travel blog entry by blessedcurse on May 02, 2015

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... and found the vinmonopolet. It was 29 quid for a bottle of pear vodka. We spent 750 nok on a litre can of lager, a bottle of Sam smiths taddy porter, a multipack of aquavit miniatures, a 75cl bottle of Canadian whiskey. Then we found what we thought was a cheap supermarket- rema 1000 (rema tusen). It came to 670 nok - £58! Wow were we going to be broke in Norway! We went home to put our tiny amount of shopping away but we still had an ...