Gordon Hotel

Address: Breim, Mosjoen, Nordland, North Norway, 6827, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Breim, Mosjoen.
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Travel Blogs from Mosjoen

In moi I rana

A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Aug 08, 2014

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... it was a 3 km rock climb (termed a walk in the guide book) up the side of the mountain. Well with my dodgy hip and pete's vertigo we struggled on for about 1 1/2 km but then the rock dace became more difficult with 5 ft shelves to climb up and then down again. My hip was playing up so I am afraid I wimped out and let Pete go on - until he realised how high he was and he had to come down as well so we took the boat back across the lake. On the plus side the weather was glorious. ...

From one fjord over the next to Nordfjord

A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 21, 2014

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... sun is now behind the mountains that surround us, but the other side of the fjord is bathing in the sun and provides us with the most beautiful view one can imagine from his hotel room.
As we are on a camping side, we cooked ourselves tonight and had some excellent pizza from the freezer. But the wine that came with it was excellent. Unfortunately our little stock of wine is getting smaller and smaller...

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Stalheim to Fjærland

A travel blog entry by etiennerossouw on Jul 21, 2013

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... smorgasbord of green valleys, thundering waterfalls and impressive mountains. It takes about an hour to get to Myrdal and the incline, at 1:18, makes it the steepest "normal" train line in the world. Halfway through the journey the train stopped at the the majestic Kjosfossen and allowed passengers to get out and spend five or ten minutes there. Shortly after everyone was out of the train, music started coming from the direction of the waterfall and a few women ...

That's what she said

A travel blog entry by liamharte on Jul 19, 2013

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... of people had already lost their peg (not Peta or I).

We had lunch at the border to northern Norway during which I was intruded on by a Norwegian guy whilst on the toilet (I don't know how he got through the lock). In the arvo we had another pit stop at a salmon farm, which unfortunately meant that those re-entering the bus smelled like fish. By the end of the evening Peta had lost all her pegs, while I was up to ...

Best of Norway

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Jun 10, 2013

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... glacier. The freezing cold compacts so much to only allow the light to reflect as a brilliant blue. When we reached the end of the track we were within 100 metres of the glacier, by the lake. What a peaceful and calming place. The lake itself was full of floating chunks of ice. You could reach in and grab them. If youre quiet enough, you can stop and listen to the creaking of the glacier, the giant ice cluster which is also moving. We were told 80% ...