City Living Scholler Hotel & Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... an intricately carved front depicting the favorite saints of Norway. . Just next door was the archbishop's house-with a surprisingly good architectural museum and the crown jewels of Norway. After a leisurely lunch in the park we wandered along the river and up the hill towards the Kristianstend fortress. To make the steep climb a little easier ...
... it was 21:30 so we headed outtoeT and stopped at the first place we saw. £10 a pint and £17:50 for a burger - and chips! Oh well a girls gotta eat. There were loads of American cars cruising around the main centre of town and we found out that there was some legal street racing going on and we hot footed to the main square to see what was going on. There must have been 50 plus USA cars from mustangs to dodges to monster trucks, it was awesome. The boys spent ...
... up the long, steep hill.
We made it to the top to see the Kristiansten fortress, built after a fire in 1681. It was only once threatened, in 1718, by the Swedish army who sieged Trondheim but didn’t attack the fortress. Instead they left, tried to cross the mountains back to Sweden and lost a lot of the army on this journey. The Norwegians also lost a lot of men due to the overcrowding ...
63 Degrees 36 minutes North. I have never been closer to the Pole. We flew the roughly 900 km from Copenhagen to Trondheim on a small jet. At the lower altitude I saw snow capped peaks, glacial lakes and dark forests. It is just what I imagined Norway to be. Our hotel, the Ricca Bakklander is in the old town built over the banks of the Nidelven River. The steel and glass cube of the breakfast room sits over the water. It feels close to nature with ...