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... Vivian had pointed out. After visiting the store, we walked among the vendors at the fish market. We stopped at a store for water and a Coca-Cola. We then returned to the hotel to drop off our packages. After a brief break, we headed out again to see the Hanseatic Museum near our hotel. This shows how the houses were set up during the hanseatic years. Our next stop was to take the funicular up to the top of Mount Floyen where we were able to overlook the city. ...
... and self-cater the rest to minimize our costs. Honestly, this really wasn’t much of a departure from the norm for us, although we usually do enjoy partaking in a local meal or two, though that has become more and more difficult with the kiddos in tow. Fortunately, there was a ‘discount’ mini grocery store right around the corner from the Clarion – clearly, it was ‘discount’ as it only cost $7 for a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Holberg Bergen
Just a few hundred metres from the World Heritage old harbour, close to shopping and the main square and near transport around the city, this hotel is splendidly located for a tired traveller. Rooms are modern, bright and clean with a more than adequate bathroom. Amenities are more than adequate. The morning breakfast caters to a diverse clientele.
While this is rated as a 2.5/3 star hotel, it is excellent value. If in Bergen, I would return to this Comfort Inn in a heart beat. Yes, I recommend this hotel unless your want 5 star service at 7 star prices, elsewhere.
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