Moi Hotell

E-39, Moi, Lund Municipality, Rogaland, Western Norway, 4460, Norway | Hotel
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    Aberdeen to Bergen Tuesday 8 July

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 08, 2014

    ... s 50th. For now she had aw sit till midday for her trip back to London and Whitstable. Our flight across the a North Sea with SAS was uneventful. We arrived early at Stavanger and got an airport bus to the downtown bus station. Then we took the 5 hour bus trip to Bergen through the densely settled and highly organised rural landscape we had seen from the air. It was a balmy 20 degree day. The bus went ...

    Waffles and Sardines!

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... Canning Museum is housed inside a former sardine canning factory. We joined a guided tour of the museum and the guide was excellent. He really brought the museum to life, describing in detail the history of sardines (which are not a species of fish at all – just the name used for small smoked canned fish of any variety) and canning in Stavanger. We even got to taste a freshly smoked sardine! There was also a silent film from 1909 that was used ...

    The Night Train

    A travel blog entry by pbradham on May 29, 2014

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    After school Wednesday I made some pasta and took a quick nap. At 7, me, Erick, Jake and Dylan departed for Oslo. We got there and chilled for a couple of hours. We went and walked on their famous opera house. At 1030 we left on a night train for Stravanger. Erick and I took the first shift of sleeping in the beds while the others were in seats. At 330am we got up and rotated. We arrived in Stravanger at 730. We walked about ...


    A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013 on Aug 24, 2013

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    ... city after Oslo. It is a beautiful city, with a clever mix of old and modern sectors. Lots of 'people places' with no ...

    Sunday in Stavanger

    A travel blog entry by paula.lupkin on Jul 28, 2013

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    ... the country’s involvement in off-shore drilling, and how it compared to the narratives of the US oil industry. The contrast was shocking and refreshing. The place was clearly the beneficiary of an enterprise that has made the country, and its citizens, very rich. To the tune of $500,000 per citizen in the state savings fund. Yes, the industry is state-owned, and its proceeds belong, substantially, to everyday Norwegians.

    An Oslo ...