Hotel St. Olav

Address: Glengsgata 21, Sarpsborg, 1706, Norway | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on Glengsgata 21, Sarpsborg.
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      Travel Blogs from Sarpsborg

      Short and Sweet-Sweden, Into Norway

      A travel blog entry by bronjack on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... with more readily at airports, rather than at land crossings. We thought we'd at least drop into the customs office on the Norwegian side-just to see if they could help us. We arrived at closing time. Darren walked in and presented the receipts where the lady happily stamped the receipts with a Swedish exiting stamp!! "Would you like to see any of the items purchased?" asked Darren. "Not necessary," she said, "just put another shrimp on the Barbie"! All as easy as ...

      Norway - and a little Sweden (24 July - 5 August)

      A travel blog entry by la.adendorff on Jul 25, 2013

      6 photos

      I arrived at Rygge Airport at about 4pm on 24 July 2013 and was met at the airport by Camilla and her folks. We drove straight back to Camilla's and sat out on the balcony overlooking the lake drinking tea and chatting. Before I knew it, it was dinner time and Camilla's mum had made potato bake and steaks for dinner with salad. We continued to all sit outside together talking about anything and everything from when Camilla was in Australia to when she came to South Africa ...

      Solo excursion to Horten

      A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold on May 13, 2011

      100 photos

      ... br>
      Arriving back in town, I decided to retrace some of the route Griff, Ash, and I took back in February. In particular, I went to the bakery that we went to to warm to up. The same cheerful girl was working there (maybe she just remembered me from last time and was happy to see me again). I took my Norwegian pastry and sat and enjoyed it in the city square, observing Norwegians in their daily life.

      Afterwards, I headed back for the ...

      It's all downhill from here...

      A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold on Mar 16, 2011

      6 comments

      ... cold and ice. That just doesn't sound appealing at all.

      • Norwegians are nice, but... not as nice as Americans. For example, when passing somebody random on the street, they will not make eye contact, much less say hello. Of course you get the rare exception, but for the most part, American just seem more friendly toward strangers.
      • Sweden and Norway are pretty much the same! Naturally, if you're a citizen of either ...

      So long, Sweden!

      A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold on Feb 26, 2011

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... I mean, in one day, I woke up in eastern Sweden, visited two of the largest cities in Sweden, when through two Scandinavian capitols, and wound up home in eastern Norway just in time for bed.

      After five days at Jenni's house in Sweden, it was about time to return to the ol' Kingdom of Norway, back to the real world of homework and responsibility. So Thursday afternoon I left Uppsala and made my way back to Moss. Despite the frightful weather, it ...