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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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I don't know whether it was due to trepidation at having to face the rigours of upwind travel in the vicinity of some of Norway’s most respected headlands or whether it was the unnatural quiet as there was no wind, either way both Julie and I were awake at dawn and as there was no wind and therefore the seas would be flat, we were soon up and about and ready to go. We hoped to travel about 50 miles up the coast to the port of Egersund, described as a small industrial town but ...
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 ...
We did not park at the official parking space but on one that is 100m higher up. There are only 4 car spaces so i guess it is just for some locals. That felt like a cheeky shortcut. If walking straight to the stone to touch it then it takes 3,5h. Or you can do it in 3h one way as it is said on the information board or guide books. 3,5h is not running ...
... indulge me with just a second of your time to refresh you all of the reasons why we're doing this. At the end of last year, my father Iain was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and has bravely, with the loving support of the mother, been fighting this disease. Both of my parents has been incredibly positive and, as their son, I'm incredibly of the manner in which they are both dealing with this situation. Despite the ...
... in the 1960s. Although the history is brief, the Norsk Oljemuseum (Petroleum Museum) is a LP recommended stop, so we made it our first this morning, after walking the fifteen minutes or so to the harbor. This place was filled with interesting exhibitions, including scale models of various offshore oil platforms, geological displays, and some fascinating history about the development of the industry in Stavanger. I particularly enjoyed a couple of ...