Nesbyen Hotel

Address: Stasjonsvegen 63, 3540, Nesbyen, Telemark, South Coast, \N, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Stasjonsvegen 63, 3540, Nesbyen.
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Travel Blogs from Nesbyen

Fjord land!

A travel blog entry by sgold88 on Jul 07, 2015

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... because I've been twice now. The prices are rather off- putting. You can do it cheaply though... cook at your accommodation, or live off the yummy 7-11 paninis ! McDonald's is expensive,around 3 dollars for a hamburger! Met some fabulous locals here through couch surfing. We walked around, went out to watch the Copa America, and cooked together. All in all, Norway has been very much worth the visit. Onwards to England! ...

Gateway to the fjords...Bergen

A travel blog entry by sgold88 on Jul 05, 2015

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... place it is surrounded by the fjords ,which is why they name it the " gateway to the fjords ". Tomorrow I am doing a fjord trip ! Met some really lovely people who I went out witj last night to watch the Copa America final. Short blog because I am using the wifi in McDonalds. Yes Norway has them ...

Top Natural Attractions in Norway

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 11, 2015

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... dramatic mountain scenery and some excellent hiking opportunities on and around the Dalsnibba Mountain Plateau, or if you would rather, you could take the Nibbevegen road up to the astounding viewpoint at Dalsnibba.


Yet another of Norway's breathtaking fjords, this one is also on the UNESCO list of World Heritage locations. This is the perfect place to enjoy outward ...

Day 13 - Hurtigruten Coastal Voyage

A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 04, 2014

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... The city had its 1000th anniversary recently. We had an hour to explore the enormous 11th century cathedral, which was built over the grave of St Olaf, the patron saint of Norway.
Mark was impressed as it had buttresses and dozens of the best carvings north of the Pennines and an excellent 10th century Bishop's Palace. Think of Wells Cathedral but without the grass.

Back at the hotel in time for breakfast in ...

Nutshellin' it up in Norway

A travel blog entry by mck1996 on May 30, 2012

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... to be nice, y'all! :) Hotel hasn't been remodeed in 40 years - no TV in room - and I was totally happy. (Of course - they did have wifi in the lobby!). I did managed to squeeze in a run at night. Umm - quick comment - I apparently ran on private hunting ground. Figured that out when I returned and googled what the yellow sign said. Warning - shooting ground - is what it said. Oops. I thought the warning sign was less dangerous than ...