Fjordslottet Hotell

Fotlandsvag, Osteroy Municipality, Hordaland, Western Norway, 5283, Norway | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Fotlandsvag

    Day 7 - Hurtigruten

    A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Jul 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... villages up and down the Norwegian coast, from Bergen to Kirkenes in the far North. I'm only going as far as Geiranger, where we'll arrive at lunchtime tomorrow. Most people on the ship are on the cruise of a lifetime - they have cabins or suites on the lower decks, three course meals in the evenings, and daily excursions to watch whales, mush huskies and kayak through fjords. Below decks there is cargo (I'm imagining a lot of it ...

    Day 5 - Bergen and Fløyen

    A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Jul 29, 2014

    6 photos

    ... at some lovely jumpers, that kind of thing. I spent the evening in the hostel doing some reading and having a chat with a nice man who is halfway round his solo cycle tour of Norway, before making my late night apple cake dash (so worth it). I've decided I need to find some cloudberries before I come home. I thought they were a fictional creation only found in obscure JRPGs (shout out to Baten Kaitos with its card-based combat and weird ...


    A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jul 28, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... everywhere, the fjord itself, which was superb, just fantastic.

    That is until Sverre noticed our sleeping mats had gone. Fallen off the bike, god knows where. We retraced back to where we knew we had them but this was an hours travel back and then forward again and toll roads which I calculated to be about $90 in total just for the tunnel part. Sverre was determined to find them but I lost hope after about 20 minutes of looking, thinking that it would be ...

    Bergen and the Lost Sleeping Mats

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 26, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... before crossing a huge suspension bridge. On the north side of the fjord the bridge is fixed to the side of a cliff, and so the bridge spears into another multi-kilometre tunnel. Once the tunnels have been dealt with, the road follows the side of the fjord cliff face, at times being only wide enough for one car with small pull offs to allow cars in the other direction to get past, and is itself a toll road (one that even Google didn't know about). We had just past Alvik when ...

    Where were you?

    A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... wrong with it but nothing unique and completely out of sight of the sea for the most part. The advantage (?) was that it was somewhatless strenuous. Good thing because it still took nine hours to get back to Bergen. So the plan was to go back to the campsite and bus into town for my bike ticket. However, as I was religiously following the route signs, I ended up downtown anyway. So here I am at the YMCA. Pretty tired, but looking forward to catching a thing or two that I missed ...