Quality Hotel Stavanger Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I traveled to kjerag, an exciting place to see. You have to cross 3 mountains to come to a certain point where u can see interesting things. Climbing is hard for those who dont even walk straight for a mile except to get lunch. You have to cross 3 mountains. When u reach the third mountain, 3,5 hours have passed. Remember u still have to go back the same way u came from.
thats when it happend. Just before going back up the last mountain ...
... with about 200 other passengers to go on the cruise. The ship was a short walk from the Ruby Princess and when we boarded, Karl and I were fortunate to snag the last seats by a window. It was a beautiful day, sunny and in the 60's. It turned out that the cruise had live narration and although the guide was from New Zealand, she was very knowledgeable. She talked about the city and its history, as well as the fjord and the surrounding area. And the ...
... ages! Stunning. Last night we had a silly 5 minutes on a large inflatable cushion in the children's playground, we laughed so much & entertained the neighbourhood! It wasn't just us, other reprobates did it too. It's been very warm today but it's freezing now, 10pm & still daylight. It's weird going to bed in daylight, it doesn't get dark till midnight. Anyway, frozen now so going in nice warm car/tent. G'night ...
After school Wednesday I made some pasta and took a quick nap. At 7, me, Erick, Jake and Dylan departed for Oslo. We got there and chilled for a couple of hours. We went and walked on their famous opera house. At 1030 we left on a night train for Stravanger. Erick and I took the first shift of sleeping in the beds while the others were in seats. At 330am we got up and rotated. We arrived in Stravanger at 730. We walked about ...
... the was travelling down the fjord for a small cruiser - the size and scale of the fjord was truly mind bending.
I sat on the edge for some 20-25mins completely lost in my own world starring down the fjord. Upon reflection I wouldn't call it a relaxing experience rather more of an out of body experience, the feeling you get when you know that you are in a most extraordinary place and one that you will most likely never experience anything like again.