Quality Hotel Stavanger Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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We sailed into our first, southernmost port this morning during breakfast. Stavanger is on the mainland, but there are many islands and inlets, including the Lysefjord, which we sailed down on our tour this morning. It is a city of 113,000, now supported, as is Norway itself, by North Sea oil. Its first boom years were in the 19th C. as sardine fishing and canning exploded. But the sea was inevitably fished out and that industry collapsed, leaving the country one of the poorest ...
... start the engine to get us into harbour at a reasonable time.
Our Norwegian friends hadn’t exaggerated, Kvitsøy was a lovely harbour, totally secure. As its much closer to a town than Røvær was ie Kvitsøy is close to Stavanger, it wasn’t too surprising to find that it was quite developed, with pleasant dwellings, mostly white-painted, surrounding the harbour. Again we were fortunate, in that ...
... br> The scenery was magnificent. Utterly so. It is so green, there are gorgeous trees, lush ferns, velvety mosses and still, reflecting pools. And of course mountains and rocks in the distance.
A few times I thought we were there, but we weren't. Finally we were ...
It was interesting seeing the interior landscape away from the coastline on the 45 min flight. The nearer we got to Oslo there were dense interior forests with not a single house or road.
On arrival at Oslo airport there is ...
We all dozed a little off and on during the ride back to Stavanger. We were sitting in the very front row of the inside section, and as we approached the dock, the area in front of us immediately filled with a couple dozen very anxious looking people. As soon as the crew opened the front door to go out and prepare for docking, some of the most anxious pushed their way out onto deck, though I'm sure it was not allowed. As the gangway ...