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TravelPod Member ReviewsKristiansund Hotel
In spite of some obvious upgrades, the hotel appears to be a bit dated, and would benefit from a facelift. The room is large enough, the wifi worked without problem, and there were a variety of language channels on the TV. The receptionist was very helpful and welcoming.
As mentioned, some of the facilities appear not to have been remodeled or updated since the hotel was built. The breakfast, in comparison to other Norwegian hotels, was pretty sparse, though there was coffee and tea available all day for guests. For these reasons, it seemed a bit overpriced.
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... a walk around the ship. We knew that we would have to stay awake as long as possible so that our bodies could adjust to the time change. We decided to eat our first meal at the buffet . The food here is okay but the best part was the sushi bar and miso soup. It was actually better than the ones we had on the Japan cruise. After dinner, we went to our first cruise entertainment. Darren Day a vocalist and impersomator was very good. A good first ...
... the outside with the traditional white wood exterior. They were pretty as was the shore area. It made for some great pictures especially with the terrific weather. Before we boarded the bus our guide told us we had 15 minutes to spend in the store. So far, not the most exciting excursion. Our bus then traveled back through Kristiansand where our guide pointed out a few more buildings and the McDonalds which used to be a bank. Our final stop was the Open Air ...
... their balance. In fact, it’s surprising how much passive exercise you get on a rough sea passage, just with the effort of trying to maintain your balance.
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