City Living Scholler Hotel & Apartments

Address: Dronningens gt. 26, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 7011, Norway | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Trondheim

    There's a Moose; where? There on the........

    A travel blog entry by gpcampingcar on May 23, 2015

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    Working our way North, we decided to visit Trondheim and catch the very last ferry that would be on our route to the Arctic Circle; we found out that there is a very quiet and free camper van parking area just by a pedestrian bridge into the town centre of Trondheim. Having parked up, we dressed as best as we could for the continual rain and did the tourist tramp around the town.

    The town offers more than the others - or so we think; although we are sure some ...

    Morning Exploring Trondheim

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... the popular southern touristy cities.

    I passed by an old church from 1730 where they were holding a morning meeting for ...

    More fjords, naked people and…quiz night!

    A travel blog entry by sarah.mansergh on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... sightseeing before our overnight train left at 11pm back to Oslo. It's a college town but most famous for Nidaros cathedral that dates back to 1070 commemorating St Olaf-one of the unifying kings of Norway. It is quite a beautiful church with rose windows, entertaining gargoyles carved by Vigeland (see some of his more tantalizing sculptures ...

    Moi I rana to trondheim

    A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Aug 09, 2014

    ... delinquents here in the 11920s, which was the. Adopted as a POW camp by the Germans inWW2, used I think primarily as a sorting house for prisoners before they got moved to other camps like Belsen, grind etc. It then became a labour camp and back to being a school. Now it is a conference centre and museum concentrating on human rights, particularly for women. There were an awful lots of exhibits and it was quite moving, even though a lot of it was on Norweign. On arrival ...


    A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Jun 19, 2014

    ... piece, Bach, must have been written by the idiot son because it sounded just noise to us. Quite the difference from the previous concert. From here we toured the war museum and resistance museum and this was most interesting. Then back to the harbour and tender to the ship. Having missed lunch we went for tea at 3pm and had scones, sweets and sandwiches....perfect! A nap and cocktail ...