Best Western Raftevolds Hotel

Grodas, Hornindal, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Norway, 6763, Norway | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Grodas, Hornindal.
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    Travel Blogs from Hornindal

    First Day Cruising the Fjords

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Aug 08, 2014

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    Did not go to bed till around 3:30am last night/this morning. JJ was at Tufts emergency room for an ultrasound per our vet's recommendation, Kirsten and Melissa took him in (bless their heart!!!). I was on the phone and email with them. They kept JJ there and would do the ultrasound and x-rays tomorrow (today). My heart is very very heavy. Really wish we did not make this trip. Now I have very little interest for the fjords, just want to be home ....

    We got up ...

    Day 10 - Geirangerfjord

    A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... culture, much of which is connected to the mountain farms along the steep slopes of the fjords. By using the mountains as pastures, the lowlands could be used for arable crops, although some of these mountain farms (in sunnier spots) managed to grow apricots and tomatoes too. It got me thinking about all the peaches on my peach tree at home, and how I'll probably miss them again this year. The way of life on these farms was pretty tough - Skagelflå, which we ...

    Day 9 - Geiranger and Storsæterfossen

    A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... anyone who can walk, black = people who aren't that attached to their lives), which was convenient for me. I decided to avoid the red route because it was described as "airy" - if you're not familiar with climbing euphemisms that usually means clinging on to a very narrow ledge above a sheer drop. I'm generally quite risk-averse, and especially walking on my own I figured that if I fell off a cliff my body may never be found. The walk was fairly ...


    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... to Videseter. We had planned to take the scenic mountain pass to Videseter but it was closed so we had to stick on he main route though the views here were pretty impressive as well. Our room got upgraded to a valley view so we can look out the window down the valley to the mountains at the ...

    Gaala to Geiranger

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 19, 2013

    ... out, we were on our way. Norway has beautiful countryside. The mountains in some areas are snow covered, the slopes are green, the wildflowers are stunning! As we traveled Vivian told us the story of Peer Gynt, and then she played some selections from the suite over the bus' sound system. Later she talked about the region and its history. Our first stop was a very picturesque stream with some rapids, not a rest stop, that would be next, when we stopped in the town ...