Haukeland Hotell

Address: Jonas Lies vei 59, Bergen, Hordaland, Western Fjords, 5021, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Årstad area of Bergen, is near Hardanger Fjord, Fjord Tours, and Grieghallen.
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        A Bird's Eye View

        A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Sep 19, 2015

        71 photos

        ... Germans in 1944. This was also a good place to view the harbor. When we were leaving the fortress, we noticed that there was a church that looked like the doors were open. We hurried to see if we could get in. A service was just finishing and people were leaving. We got two very quick pictures. St Mary's church is the oldest standing building in Bergen. It was beautiful inside but we weren't welcome to look around. There was an English service ...

        Which way? Norway!

        A travel blog entry by ahokieabroad on Sep 13, 2015

        20 photos

        ... of Mount Fløyen was on my way back... So, instead of napping, I elected to take the funicular to the top and take a nice leisurely stroll back down (anything to save 43 Krone). I met a group of ladies from the States who put the "fun" in funicular - "see? The six minute ride was nothing!" "I bet if you weren't allowed to breathe it wouldn't be nothing!" I giggled with the women and followed the hoards of crowds to the fences. The views were stunning, and the crowds were ...

        10 quirky facts regarding Norwegian culture

        A travel blog entry by hooleer on Aug 14, 2015


        ... this wonderful tradition in Norway when I came across a tunnel 3 kilometers long (the longest is Lærdal Tunnel at 24.51 kilometers or 15.23 miles long!). Sadly this distance was beyond my lung capacity- at least for the time being…..

        9. Ferries. Along with tunnels the Norwegians are quite ingenious with their ferry system. Norway has a very orderly society and this is quite evident in the ferry system where everyone understands how to queue up ...

        Bryggen and the Fish Market

        A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 09, 2015

        6 photos

        ... the 50's. Checking the weather on my Kindle, I found that the Norway government meteorological report predicted that there would be no rain in Bergen from 10:00 AM on. So we put on our raincoats and brought our umbrellas, but headed out.

        We were docked at a commercial port with no tourist terminal, but I found a map and there were big arrows and the words "to city center" painted on some barricades along the street nearby. We followed the ...

        Goodby Bergen, hello Flam

        A travel blog entry by rbobski on Jul 08, 2015

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... fog n rain. But we got lucky. Explore the old fort at the end of the peninsula, check out a 12th century church and it's a full day. LFs Garmin says we walked almost 9mi. Explains why we don't see anyone overweight here. Everyone walks, takes train and there are not fast food restaurants on every corner. Population seems much healthier on first pass. They do have nationalized health care. Chill for the evening as train for Flam is an early ...