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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Stunning Norwegian scenery

A travel blog entry by annieallison on Sep 06, 2015

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... groin' as he says. In actual fact quite a few tourists have lost their lives from taking silly risks....especially if it's windy!! More about Preikestolen tomorrow.

Back to Stavanger and we enjoyed a half an hour walk around the old town - so so cute with it's little white painted cottages and gardens.
A 7/11 hotdog for dinner, followed by 2 minute noodles in our room.
Looking forward to tomorrows delights and challenge!


Enjoying the view from the Pulpit Rock

A travel blog entry by iseliner on Aug 23, 2015

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... m so glad that I've gotten to see it with my own eyes. It was really windy up there too, which was quite scary because you definitely won't survive if you fall down from there... So I stayed very far away from the edges, and sat down to enjoy the view. Afterwards we took the same route down again and back to Stavanger, and went back to Birgit's place to get our suitcases, and then she drove us to the airport so we could get back to ...


A travel blog entry by eanselm on Jul 02, 2015

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... made a few purchases here including some yarn spun from wool taken from sheep at a nearby farm. When our boat arrived Ruth got to the front of the line and secured us 3 seats right at the rail on the top deck. A family we met on the tour in Copenhagen sat next to us so it was great to talk with them again. The boat ride back to Stavanger was through a spectacular fjord with huge granite rock formations, waterfalls and islands. The most notable of the ...

A bit of history

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 14, 2015

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... most of the shops and offices of the town and the buildings housing these shops, cafes, restaurants etc are very attractive. To the east are the harbours where the ferries leave and where we had found our berth, in the guest harbour. There are several streets of old houses on the west side of Vågen , the area known as the old town and it is here that one of the more unusual museums is located, one dedicated to fish canning (!), more later.

Our route into ...

On Top of the World Looking Down

A travel blog entry by brookealexandra on Oct 30, 2014

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Our train was once again on time, but by the time we arrived back at the apartment, Vincent had already left for work. He had been kind enough to leave us a list with ideas of things to do, depending on the weather. We really wanted to do the hike up to Kjeragbolten, with the boulder suspended between two cliffs, but we were worried the weather wouldn't be good enough. So instead, we decided to climb up to Preikestolen, or Pulpit ...