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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travelled 3121nm Sea 0ft deep Wind 0Km 0 beaufort
A pleasant sunny day as we arrived in Stavanger. The red tour sightseeing bus had a limited journey and the asking price was £30 each! We have that a miss and walked around the town. Well worth the exercise. The church was being ...
... off to Stavanger and found a car- park close to heart of the matter, which was a bit of an achievement, since they were obviously preparing for some huge event tonight......maybe they heard the Seldos were coming to town, since there was a huge stage set-up, and roads blocked off..... Also had a win because as I was studying the parking ticket machine trying to decipher how to make it work, I noticed that some kind soul had left a ticket in the slot still with ...
... 8211; a flat battery. Knowing what that's like, we decided to stop and help, so we didn't end up leaving until almost 12pm.
The weather once again changed, and we drove through showery rain. Stopped at an amazing waterfall which sprayed over the road, and then again at another one for lunch, when we thought it had stopped raining, but wrong….just as we'd got everything out, it started again….umbrellas to the rescue!
... wanna be tough boys. Summery = Today was a top day. Super fun and very memorable. Yet another travel day today. We wanted to stay in Stavanger but Oslo was calling and sadly got on the train headed to the capital city and our last Norwegian stop. Flew to the hostel and nearly through the windshield as the driver was obviously deranged. I didn't have time to tell him to slow down or pull over because he was driving to fast and slamming on the brakes it winded us. As soon as ...
After 4hrs, of 10, on the train which is taking me North from Trondheim to BodÝ, I realise this journey through the most incredible scenery I have seen in my life is very much representative of my 8 days so far in Norway. There has been no amazing buildings, crazy nightlife (although great nights have been had) nor even a dramatic history to learn about but what there has been, in abundance, is breaktakingly beautiful nature and a certain peacefulness and I cannot ...