BEST WESTERN Kinsarvik Fjord Hotel
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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 ...
... along the road 7 and along the banks of this
Over on the far side of the lake are some mighty high mountains and better
still a glacier to which I was just hoping this road would pass over.
With it being 6pm now I thought its time to find somewhere for the night
and after stopping at some hotels and getting offered a single little room for
about £110 I simply plod on.
I then decided I would go for a log cabin at half the ...
... to get those, then went for another walk down the Viking path from yesterday to go to the beach there. It was another beautiful day, so we thought we'd brave the water and go for a swim! (Our first swim of the holiday!!) The water was icy cold, and there was no sand, just rocks, so it was very hard to take it! We went in to our knees then chickened out! We walked up along the beach a bit to a part where the rocks were smaller to try again. Darren looked like ...
Dinner is included in our package here so we trundled along to the restaurant at 7pm for dinner with no expectations. In our experience included dinners are usually good basic food but certainly nothing to get too excited about.
So were totally gobsmacked when we were served the most delicious meal imagineable To start with our entree was poached salmon topped with caramelised onions on a bed of cauliflower puree. Oh the mix of the onion and salmon ...
... 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 ...