Hotel Maritim Skjervoy

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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    Travel Blogs from Skjervoy

    Copenhagen & Stockholm

    A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 05, 2014

    20 comments

    ... on the ship and it kept us intrigued for a few hours. Yesterday for our last day we caught the tram up to Djurgarden, an island with nice walks and other touristy things including the Abba Museum just on the edge of the city. We walked back to the city then headed back to Astrid's before our 72 hour transport pass ran out at 3pm. After a cool drink and a bit of packing we walked with Astrid to the local lake where a lot of people were swimming and picnicking ...

    Day 2 - Oslo

    A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Jul 26, 2014

    13 photos

    ... being built on a landfill and everything). I had managed to eke my 1.5l out for 18 hours, but I was pretty thirsty by the time I got to the mainland. LEVEL UP! (on Maslow's hierarchy of needs). Next on the list was coffee (thanks to family tambourine). At the coffee shop I met a very nice American lady called Ally, who not only made me a coffee, but also filled my water bottle up with ice cubes FOR FREE. It was quite hot (did I mention that) so it felt like she'd given me ...

    Part 17. - Bergen to Oslo and home!

    A travel blog entry by gedowling on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... library of thousands of his books plus many carved statues including one of the original Easter Island ones. Next stop is the Viking Ship Museum nearby. Housing the Oseberg Ship, the Tune Ship, the Gokstad Ship, the three best preserved Viking ships found found at burial spots along the Oslo fjord. The ships where buried 1,100 years ago as vessels for their Royal owners trip to the afterlife. Beautifully preserved due to the covering of clay and silt keeping out the oxygen? Lots ...

    Just a Little Stroll...

    A travel blog entry by emilystanton on Jun 26, 2014

    ... of-life paintings from other artists like Laurits Andersen Ring.
    After the National Gallery, we walked to the Akerhaus fortress, where we walked up to the castle and got a nice view over Copenhagen.
    A taxi took us to the Viking Museum. There, they had three ships, two of which were in much better condition than the third. These kinds of ships were usually used as burial ships, and a ...

    A First Time For Anything

    A travel blog entry by derekandjo on Apr 02, 2014

    10 photos

    ... as my knack of getting lost hasnt deserted me.
    We dined on traditional Norwegian food its the first time we have eaten Reindeer and Whale but it was delicious and loads of different dishes with it, but Norway is expensive and alcohol is way to pricey.
    The weather is cold and last week they had four foot of snow and yet no problems here unlike in the Uk where a snowflake causes chaos ! So ...