Quality Hotel Stavanger Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... about 30 mins. Then drove to the car park at Preikestolen. Had a coffee to strengthen resolve and set off.
Well in no time it was seriously uphill. Could not believe, while gasping for air, that we had travelled 500m of the 3.8 km! And that's the way it ...
... road was only just wider than GP at the best of times.
After many a tunnel, bend, hill and a ferry, we arrived at our camp site near one of the 3 famous rocks in Norway, this one is Preikestolen Rock - AKA the Pulpit.
Many a camper van is here including one which we had to look up and comes in around £130,000!!
The views are spectacular and as we write, the sun is still shining at 22:00 Norwegian time.
... already late, trying to find doctor and then after long srearch in the dark u drive back 1,5 hour trying to find the rendezvous point. Ofcourse this fails so spent the night inTonstad.
next day dokter looks at it gives it a cleaning job (wasnt necessary) And sends you on your way to a hospital, again 1,5 hour drive the other way to make xrays.
nothing broken and the journey continues.
ps. The kjerag view was breathtaking
... adventure. With a return trip to Scandinavia, it would be unthinkable to miss out on it again, so here I am!
If you Google Pulpit Rock, the photos that fill up your screen are unreal, but of course, the real thing simply can't meet the incredibly-high expectations set by professional photographers who know of the perfect spot from which to capture the photo, and who have also mastered the art of Photoshop to enhance it beyond any ...
... enough to bring my dad's hiking boots. We made it to the Pulpits rock and it was very very crowded. We decided to keep going up to the rest of the mountain which was fun. We hung out there for a bit and had a bite to eat while we refueled. After that we decided to make our way down which took around a hour. This was the hardest part I believed. My legs and knees were in some pain every step down. We got back on the bus to ...