BEST WESTERN Kinsarvik Fjord Hotel
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... world as safe as Norway.
Onwards down the road and eventually I am back at the ferry ramp village of
Jorand where I take a right and follow the road along the waters of
Hardangerfjorden. This is again a very small single road and is extremely
twisty. I plod along at no more than about 30mph simply for my own safety. I am
surprised that the speed on such a road is 80kph which is about 55mph. Of course
many of the locals simply do these speeds and on a number ...
... cabanas. When we returned to the room, I finished packing and then we heard a knock. It was the bell hop, ready to move the luggage to our new room. Jean went with him, and I followed a little later after I had double checked the unit and finished packing my day bag. I found Jean and then we went down to the desk to exchange keys. We now have a fjord view room (which usually cost more) with a balcony. Nice, but no time this morning to enjoy it. We quickly went back to lock the ...
... thought he could see the word Park.
And so we're now successfully settled in Room 212 and having a quiet vino and just about to head off to the included dinner.
Our hotel here in Voss seems quite impressive in the public area but our room while okay is rather tired and quite basic - no tissues or toiletries in the bathroom, TV at right angles to the bed. Not that it matters to us - it's clean and the bed is comfortable and that's the two main ...
It was a really thrilling experience. I was dumb struck looking at the Fjord beauty.
It is a Good Hiking experience.
Make sure to have shoes with good grip. For a person who is not into rock climbing this can be rated as a touch one but definately not impossible!! make sure to carry some water and something light to eat. It is a 3 hrs up and 3hrs down a total of 6 hrs of ...
... vehicle on the roads as we encountered our first major waterfall (Reiarsfossen, near Ose), followed by seemingly thousands others – the teeming rain may have helped contribute to the series of falls peppering the route, cascading down sheer rock walls on all sides.
The roads were fabulous, quite wide right up until the last stage when an encroaching rock face on one side and ...