Bjornefjorden Gjestetun

Address: Osoyro, Os Municipality, Hordaland, Western Norway, N-5200, Norway | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Osoyro

      Bergen - "When in Rome"..........

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Dec 28, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... pile of bullet proof crackling. OK not so bad you may say, but with a price tag of £40 per head was well below par..........things here ain't cheap as typified by a minimum cab fare of about £20 to go two blocks........ WEATHER SUMARY: -3C and very very snowy. MISSION: To explore downtown Bergen and blend in with the locals........i.e. not to look like two out of work "SMURFS"..... We venture forth just after 1000hrs into ...

      Bergen

      A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 28, 2014

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... 3 min. 20 secs. non-stop. Service travel speed is either 4 or 6 m/s depending on traffic load. Rosenkrantz Tower is a defensive tower, known in the Middle Ages as the keep by the sea, built around 1270 by King Magnus VI Lagabøte, and contained a royal apartment on the top floor. In the 1560s it was incorporated by the commander of the castle, Erik Rosenkrantz, into a larger structure, which is today known as the Rosenkrantz ...

      Norway in a nutshell

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 16, 2014

      ... next to the train station where we were to begin our next leg. We had some time to spare, so we meandered through the Flam Railway Museum, which told how 18 of the 20 tunnels on the Flam Railway were excavated by hand. That's not a job I would like to do. Then it was all aboard the train to Myrdal. The train, known as Flamsbana, is one if the steepest train lines in the world with a 5.5% gradient. It travels from Flam, which is two metres above sea level, to ...

      Bergen to Oslo

      A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Aug 02, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... is a military establishment employing about 200 people . On April 20 1944 a Dutch ship operating for the Germans blew up with 124 tonnes of explosive in the harbour here right adjacent to Halkon's Hall and destroyed most of it. However the Norwegians restored it completed in 1960. Then to the museum of the fort and particularly the section about the Norwegian resistance during Hitlers rule. It was a substantial force and many were tortured and sent ...

      Day 6 - A Rainy Day in Bergen

      A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Jul 30, 2014

      7 photos

      ... alone". I went to the Hanseatic museum in Bryggen, which is a preserved section of the fishermen's accommodation from the days when all Norwegian cod had to pass through Bergen (I think I've figured out why Norwegians like boats so much - something to do with the amount of cod on them). It was cramped and dark, and the men used to sleep two to a bed in what were essentially cupboards. It reminded me of my dad's stories of being in the merchant navy - when seas were rough the only ...