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- Non-smoking hotel
- Adult pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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One of Norway's great to do's is a hike to the Pulpit Rock. There are other 2 rock formations but it takes much longer to get there. This one is a hike of 2hours one way but pretty steep at times. The other thing is that hundreds of people do it at the same time because most get there by bus or ferry.
With my ticket I could take the fjord cruise to get there. Again an amazing trip of 2 ...
... The bands and their majorettes just kept coming until there were about a dozen! They were all beautifully turned out with uniforms, gold braid and epaulettes and banners held aloft and batons twirling. Some were of mixed ages, some were obviously older and ...
... pine trees. Voss is both a market town and tourist mecca. After lunch pictures overlooking the lake and the oldest building in Voss - a stone church circa 1277. A modern town as it was reconstructed after being bombed by the Nazis. On the way home stopped at two more waterfalls.After once more surviving a precipitous descent we arrived back at the ship seven hours later and ...
... steep, I often couldn't get my balance to get back on my luggage laden bike, after a rest. Hannah however is proving to have her father's mountain goat genes, and although there are tears at times when it all seems a bit too much-she rarely has to push up the hills!!
We arrived at the Lyngdal Campground (part of The Strand Hotel) round 7:30pm, all utterly exhausted. The campground is located right on the water and also offers hotel rooms & apartments-the reception staff ...
... were on the brygge at Flekkefjord, along with another 8 or 10 vans. The authorities actually provide electrical plug-in facilities, and an honour system of payment of Nk50 ($10) which you can pay either at the Tourist Information Office (if/when it opens) or there is a parking inspector who will also take your money after 9ish.