Hotel Park Bergen

Address: Harald Haarfagres gate 35, Bergen, Hordaland, Western Fjords, 5007, Norway | Hotel
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          The journey begins

          A travel blog entry by diane.halloway on Apr 29, 2017

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          We are flying Air Canada from Houston to Toronto Canada where we change planes and travel from Toronto to Copenhagen Denmark and finally, changing planes again we arrive in Bergen, Norway. A very long day. This will be our second trip with Viking; but, this time an Ocean cruise rather than a river cruise. We'll be visiting, in addition to Bergen, …


          A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Sep 17, 2015

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          Today is the second part of our "Norway in a Nutshell" tour. Gro took us back to Flam in her car. We went through that 20 minute tunnel again. This was a different experience in a car than in the bus. There was a tendency to get hypnotized or sleepy. It was one rock scallop after another and one hanging light after another. The tunnel designers realized that this could be a ...

          Which way? Norway!

          A travel blog entry by ahokieabroad on Sep 13, 2015

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          ... some gorgeous streets, seeing every church in Bergen, visiting the wharf again and again, and topping the day off with a delectable salmon sandwich. And to revisit the Battle of Bergen Harbor - there is one indication that the battle took place. In the wall of the Bergen Cathedral, a cannonball is visible sticking out of the wall. It's been there for 350 years, so it's a nice touch to the decor. Tomorrow involves a ferry ride down the fjords, followed by a scenic train ride - off to ...

          10 quirky facts regarding Norwegian culture

          A travel blog entry by hooleer on Aug 14, 2015


          ... Not technically a cheese, it is made from whey left over from traditional cheese making processes and boiled until it caramelizes. Quite delicious! Norwegian's eat this at breakfast and lunch quite frequently- an open-faced bread, butter and brunost sandwich (a skive- or a delicious sandwich eaten at any time of day). You can read more about the joys of eating brunost in this article:


          Bryggen and the Fish Market

          A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Aug 09, 2015

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          ... approximately 1 hour long tour on the train. We weren't really interested. I had just two things in mind: lunch in the fish market and Bryggen. Bryggen is a UNESCO World Heritage site and consists of the area where the original 12th century settlement lies. Because the buildings were wooden there were successive fires through the years and what you see now is built upon the old foundations.

          We started by walking through Bryggen. The ...