Comfort Hotel Stavanger
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... of time for the hike before it started raining (although I did get to briefly rest my eyes as Hannah looked up directions). That was enough to temporarily revive me.
We stopped at the tourism office (leaving directly with the car). From here we gained a map and pricing for the ferry. The girl offered us an alternative route, where the ferry was less expensive. The drive was longer, but it was extremely scenic. This was ...
After arriving in Stavanger I didn't really know what to expect as this isn't much of a tourist town. Aside from the shining clear skies to my surprise there was a visiting ...
... So rather than jump immediately into another maze, it's far more refreshing to simply break free of them altogether, at least for a short while. What's not refreshing, however, is breaking free and escaping to ultra-expensive Stavanger, which is rich with oil money and may be the most expensive place in all of Norway. $16 for a kebab? $30 for a plate of pad Thai??? $35 for a burger?????? Somebody send me back to my ...
... indulge me with just a second of your time to refresh you all of the reasons why we're doing this. At the end of last year, my father Iain was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and has bravely, with the loving support of the mother, been fighting this disease. Both of my parents has been incredibly positive and, as their son, I'm incredibly of the manner in which they are both dealing with this situation. Despite the ...
... br> Stavanger is a pleasant small town, where the weatherboard houses reminded us very much of NZ. It was also the ...