BEST WESTERN Kinsarvik Fjord Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... About 15 or so minutes later we are at the ferry ramp at Jorand and its
time for me to find this road.
As its a tiny little secondary road its not listed on the maps and did not
even appear on my satnav until I arrived into the area. I noticed a few cars
from the ferry headed off up a little side road and there were some signs
pointing to something up there too so I presumed that must be the road I want
and sure enough it was.
This little road headed ...
... br> and then in behind the water so one could kind of stand in a cave behind the
Onwards I head into the town and soon see a little Italian take away
restaurant and after ordering a large burger and chips its down to the edge of
the lake to sit in the boiling sun and eat my dinner.
It really was boiling now and according to my temp gauge it was 24 Celsius.
what a change from just a few days ago in Finland.
Burger eaten I ...
... we might be carrying on our soles. At the first pen, we saw the fish being fed, and then our guide gave us some fish food to throw out to get a better view of the fish. These were young, having been acquired in April and will grow for a year and a half before being ready for market. We went inside after the other group had been ferried back to their bus. Inside we were given a quick overview about raising and farming the salmon. The guide was very good, she is majoring in ...
... br> It was just after 6pm when we got back to our hotel so had a quiet drink in our room and downloaded our photos then headed for dinner.
More culinary delights - and this time I have photos. Baked cod on a garlic mash, then veal steak - so tender with roast vegs and then pannacotta with raspberry sorbet for dessert. Absolutely scrumptious.
On the move again tomorrow - off to Oslo on the train at 9am. Catch you then ...
... hotel’s terrace, that seems like a reasonable claim! For several hundred years, Stalheim was a stopping off point on the royal mail route (the Kings Road) between Stockholm, Oslo and Bergen. The current hotel dates from 1885, although it has been much modified and extended since. Once again, Kaiser Wilhelm (although not apparently Walter Mondale) is recorded as a frequent guest. A 5 km stretch of the original Kings Road close to the hotel has been preserved partly ...