Moi Hotell

Address: 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

      After a relaxing sleep in the warm top room of Roly and Joyce's house we had an early breakfast. They were relieved to know that Nev's chest cold had improved. We drove through heavy traffic to the airport and topped up the petrol. Our Vauxhall Corsa had been quite economical with fills of 44, 38 and 21 pounds over the week. At the airport we farewelled Elizabeth half expecting to see her next in Australia for ...


      A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Jun 16, 2014

      ... a lot, then off to the show, which we again walked out of. But then went to the Explorations lounge and listened to a violinist and pianist, both of whom were excellent. They play each night and we have decided to join them and try a specialty coffee and/or hot chocolate nightly. The tough part of the trip to be sure! Managed to stay awake until 11 tonight and will be up at 7am tomorrow. This time for ...

      Week 11 has hit the scene.

      A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 24, 2014

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      ... two piece band at the pub. Suddenly three Norwegian guys were talking to us all quite drunk, all quite hilarious. They were trying to convince us that Norwegian people don't use google as it didn't exist apparently. If they need to know something they have to order a lexicon from Witzekon Switzerland and wait two weeks to get it. It was so funny. They were on their way to Amsterdam, how did I see that one coming? They moved onto the night club after saying goodbye and running ...

      Stavanger, home to the famous Pulpit Rock

      A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Dec 13, 2013

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      Next stop is a waterfall, where the boat gets right under it so they can catch some water for everyone to taste. Its very cold, but refreshing.

      We arrive back just after 3pm and i walk around the old town. Its cobblestone streets and old buildings make for a memorable walk.

      Today i want to see the 3 swords. They are about 6 kilometres away, so i think i will take the bus. Well after waiting nearly an hour and ...

      Home of Norway and of North Sea Oil

      A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson on Aug 09, 2013

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      Start the day with a 4 hour ferry trip from Bergen to Stavanger. Between the islands and the skerries, then along the North Sea coast, wonderful! Summer cottages with boathouses dot the coastline and the islands, and plenty of boats were out fishing or for a recreational sail.

      After checking in we visit the Information centre and book a trip for the following day on the Lysefjord. The main attraction of this ...