Gjesdal Gjestgiveri

Address: Opstadveien 3, Stavanger, Rogaland, Western Fjords, 4330, Norway | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Opstadveien 3, Stavanger.
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Travel Blogs from Stavanger

Catastrophe Strikes

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 18, 2015

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Today was not a good day. It was pouring with rain to start with and whilst we thought that the weather would improve later and we could set off, Bill Gates or Samsung, makers of my operating system and my computer, had different ideas.

The plan was for Helen & Dave to spend the morning seeing Stavanger (in the rain) whilst Julie and I were to do the shopping ...

A bit of history

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 14, 2015

10 photos

... was another decline. Not a disappearance, in that today, sprats are caught and shipped to Poland for processing (lower labour costs) but the sprat industry is to all intents and purposes gone from Stavanger. Enter stage right – the oil industry and once again, the town was saved. It became and is today, the centre for constructing and servicing the offshore platforms and submerged oil extraction units that have replaced them. Here they built a platform that weighed ...

On Top of the World Looking Down

A travel blog entry by brookealexandra on Oct 30, 2014

6 photos

... in a long sleeve shirt and jeans.

After taking our time soaking in the view from the top, we began the descent, not wanting to do it in the dark. Heading down was a bit ********* the ankles, having to deal with uneven stones and slippery rocks, but we made it with out any major accidents. Just near the end Hannah did slip and fall on a wood bridge, but luckily slid into the fall, to absorb some of the landing. I slid ...

Pulpit Rock and sub-sea tunnels - Week 37

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Sep 20, 2014

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... another 4km. I had visions of how quickly it would take to flood the tunnel in torrential rain, scary, scary, scary.

Because all you're told as you enter a tunnel, is it's length, I had to do a quick google, and acknowledgment here to Wikipedia..'Norway's geography is dominated by fjords and islands. As of 2011, the country had 33 undersea tunnels, most of which are fixed links. Tunnels are chosen to replace ferrys to allow residents ...

The Harder the Hills, The Sweeter the Rewards

A travel blog entry by bronjack on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... steep inclines- but I think too she is getting to experience the huge triumph when you've been able to complete something which takes sweat and tears! It's quite an addictive high!

I have been surprised, but Gracie is the one finding the trip more difficult-missing the comforts of home and her friends. Of the 2 girls, Gracie has always been the more easy going one & I thought out of the 2 of them, she would have taken the trip in her stride. I think she is feeling though ...