Hotel Maritim Skjervoy

Address: Strandveien 35, Skjervoy, Troms, Northern Norway, 9181, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Strandveien 35, Skjervoy.
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    Museums Galore in Oslo.

    A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... to catch the bus down to the next set of museums, the Maritime, Fram and Kon-Tiki. There was some uncertainty as to whether the bus actually went to these so we set of for a sunny and hot walk. At a bus stop about half way we checked in again to see if the bus actually did stop, no satisfactory answer so walking on again. As we came to the Maritime museum, (the others are adjacent), you can imagine our chagrin when not one but five number 30 buses arrive one after the ...


    A travel blog entry by katebellew on May 30, 2015

    3 photos

    We meet Floris ! A Dutch wildlife guide and photographer. We're all a bit sleepy after our 4.30 start but Floris picks us all up with our first stop, a wolf kill. There's not much left to the moose remains. No sign of the skull which the wolves may have taken off to 'play with'. Were only a few miles from our accommodation and the woods we ...

    Green light, 7-11

    A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Feb 20, 2015

    ... as it is to stay asleep in my Illegal sleeping place I should probably go and see Oslo. It's very nice but after a couple of hours it's oslo- tick. There's some snow on the ground but not so much and it's a nice sunny day. With this in mind I go inside to the Hard Rock Cafe to buy my glass and have a pint. 1 zillion pound, This has to be the most uneventful trip ever it's pretty much gone like this bus-hostel-bus-plane-bus-hostel-sleep-w ...

    Oslo - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... loved it, loved it, loved it! In the museum they have three ships dug up from burial grounds. The ships have been dated back to 850 and 900AD. Now I always thought a viking funeral meant sending a ship out to the harbour and setting it on fire but I guess I must watch to much TV. The wealthy and powerful were buried in their ships with enough provisions and tools so they would be comfortable in the next life. Now these ships were big, about 70ft foot long. Can you imagine the ...


    A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 08, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    We had a fairly slack start to,the day, and since we were leaving, Heidi stayed home from work for a couple of hours and chatted, before whisking off like a whirlwind about to consume another scenario. She is amazing - I get exhausted just talking to her, but she's such a darling you have to love her.
    We cooked bacon and eggs for breakfast, tidied up for a bit and I washed my shorts that someone managed to spill a glass of red wine down ...