Moi Hotell

E-39, Moi, Lund Municipality, Rogaland, Western Norway, 4460, Norway | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moi

Stavanger

A travel blog entry by larrylyn

... it to the Petroleum Museum where we spent 90 minutes learning about the industry in Norway. Really interesting and informative. From there back through the town marvelling at the quaint wooden buildings and fantastic gardens. Roses everywhere! We then toured the Sardine Museum and this was truly an education, especially for an aficionado of the lowly sardine such as myself. We found out ...

Ferries and tunnels

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

5

... but lovely to hear the local organist "practising" while we visited. Ancient burial mound outside, of a rich but un-named "king". The Virgin Mary's needle is an obelisk in the churchyard, leaning and almost touching the wall. When it does, Domesday! (Unbelieving priests have climbed it to chip off the tip to postpone Domesday.) Then travelled south on Karmoy, south of Haugesund, to look at old township of Skudeneshavn and camped ...

Norway

A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013

30

... and expensive. Our trip to Preikestolen included a four hour walk, with the breathtaking natural formation ...

Pulpit Rock and the Fjord

A travel blog entry by lyndsay.neilson

... dolphins and seals in the Fjord and the captain took the boat right up in to a crevice where there is a cave that some outlaws hid out in. The manouvering of the boat was very impressive, You could practically reach out and touch the cliff face either side. He repeated this trick under a waterfall to collect water to drink.

Having no desire to stand on top ...

Lovely Lysefjord

A travel blog entry by sandyhart

... old buildings (almost all painted white (unlike all of the other northern villages I’ve visited in which the buildings are painted bright hues), preserved as a UNESCO World Herigate site), an old tower, church, and lake full of water birds. However, nearly everything in the town was closed (it was Sunday), wo we couldn’t actually enter any of the buildings and were able to wander around in relative solitude.
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