Kronen Gaard Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Kronen Gaard Hotel Sandnes
Travel Blogs from Sandnes
... steep, I often couldn't get my balance to get back on my luggage laden bike, after a rest. Hannah however is proving to have her father's mountain goat genes, and although there are tears at times when it all seems a bit too much-she rarely has to push up the hills!!
We arrived at the Lyngdal Campground (part of The Strand Hotel) round 7:30pm, all utterly exhausted. The campground is located right on the water and also offers hotel rooms & apartments-the reception staff ...
... wander around, and eventually had a nice lunch out opposite the docks where there were a couple of very big cruise liners berthed. Afterwards we high-tailed it out of there and headed down to Riskafjorden, only 20 or so km from Stavanger, where we met up with Greta who is Ranghild's sister-in-law, and had a lovely dinner with her, and since it's now 23.30, it's time to call it quits again, since it's starting to get dark.... Also went through some amazing ...
... hair expertly styled, make up as seen only on ads and was wearing a dress that probably cost more than my car. The boyfriend, the stock broker the one wearing a matching tie and aviator sunglasses. And finally there was the son. He was a Thor look alike that made Leandra, I and every other woman no matter what age go weak at the knees. He fit the family picture only because he wore a suit, everyone else was laughing and enjoying them selves making dry jokes about not being able ...
... I sit here now in the train writing about it I get goosebumps and I get the feeling this may happen for the rest of my life when I look back at the photos. Speaking of which it unfortunately wasn't until some 30-35mins of being on the rock that I realised I had not got any photos and unfortunately the sun had now fallen behind the adjacent rock wall leaving Pulpit completely in shade. Nevertheless I managed to get a lovely couple to take a few shots plus some ones I ...
... realised that neither of us really wanted to go in (i.e. we had walked all the way for no reason).
The rest of the city was fairly quiet and most of the shops were already closed. The only noise came from a cycle race for kiddies, which was very cute.
The most famous attraction in Stavanger is Gamle Stavanger, or the old town, considered to be the largest wooden city in Europe. We adored it and spent a lot of time ...