Hopstock Hotell & Motell

Address: \N, Vik Municipality, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Norway, 6893 , Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on \N, Vik Municipality.
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Travel Blogs from Vik Municipality

Skjolden, Norway

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Aug 18, 2015

... The correct answer is: sit on the balcony and watch the fjord hills go by. It was actually warm enough to do that. I've had almost no deck-sitting time/weather! This is not right! Dinner tonight with B&A again. Tonight's entertainment was Mark Taylor, a comedian and impersonator. We've learned to walk outside on Deck 7 when going fore and aft instead of walking those boring corridors. It's also light till 10PM. We're at 61 degrees north, surely the farthest north I will ever ...

Laerdal to Bergen

A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 27, 2015

14 photos

... journey on the Flam Railway to Myrdal. This is the steepest train line running on normal rails. Gradient of train line is 55%. While the line is only 20km long, it takes about 1hour. The melting snow in the mountains has resulted in an incredible number of very impressive waterfalls cascading down the mountainsides. Very difficult to capture the scale of these waterfalls on my camera. Changed trains to the normal train to Bergen for our journey to Voss and ...

Of mountain passes and deep water

A travel blog entry by jannettek on Jun 19, 2015

1 comment, 37 photos

... of the train.

On the way here from Bergen we were amazed at just how lovely the scenery is. We have travelled along the shores, or wound our way along the mountain tops of quite a number of fjords now, and each one has a beauty of its own. Some have very still water, and so ...

Norway In a Nutshell

A travel blog entry by gmjoja on May 23, 2015

4 photos

... appeared across the canyon pretending to sing a beautiful Norwegian ballad piped in to our faraway platform while she disappeared in one spot then popped up in another.

I would say it was cheesy if I didn't secretly hope to come back in my next life as her. Except not in the cold, driving rain.

We probably passed 50 waterfalls as the winter snow is now melting, filling the rivers and streams beneath as they thunder along in white water rapids.


A travel blog entry by nellieva on Aug 27, 2014

31 photos

... fjord in the world. I was later able to orient ourselves and knew that we had since turned south into the offshoot Aurlandsfjord, which forms the barrier of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We all got up and went for breakfast, where we were able to watch as the ship slowed and eventually docked in the tiny village of Flam, which sits at the southernmost tip of the Aurlandsfjord. To say that the entire scene looked like a staged post ...