Clarion Hotel Stavanger
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Stavanger
... When we got back to town, there was a big display of old American cars being set up in the square - not sure why. The next day the clouds started to clear, and not much wind, a much better day to be climbing. We took a ferry across the bay, then took a bus to the start of the hiking track. The track was 4ks long, climbing to an elevation of 604 metres. There were 4 steep sections, but the views ...
... in London (they are Cruising Association Members). Having learned a bit about them, it seemed the thing to do to invite them onto our boat for aperitifs when Dave & Helen arrived.
So the day passed and Dave & Helen arrived on schedule at around 18:10 and we were soon imbibing large gins in the cockpit and reminiscing about the last time we were together, in Ecuador. The ...
... for electricity, the rest is included in the very reasonable £20.00 (200Kr) a night. However, for some reason they charge an additional £10.00 for electricity for 24 hours. The ‘norm’, when they do charge would be no more than £2.00 a night. Quite why they do this I’ve no idea, especially as Norway is the home of ‘free’ hydroelectric power. Needless to say we have opted to do without electric until our batteries run ...
... to fit their bag in the overhead bin for my second flight. In my defense, the plane, and therefore the bins, were much tinier. My bag finally fit in the first class bins, which were magically bigger. However, in the meantime I was trying to make my way forward while all the other passengers were trying to load, and meanwhile the guy sitting next to me is left waiting on me to get it together so he can sit back down. Luckily, he didn't seem to mind, and we even had ...
... I mean exactly -- 10:00am, the tiny front gangway was raised, even as several women were running toward it. Close enough to step around the now-raised gangway and onto the ship, we watched a couple of crewmen turn them away. At least the Norwegians are punctual!
The tour was about three hours, and we slowly sailed out of the main harbor and through a series of small fjords and inlets, the sides of which were dotted with dozens of summer ...