BEST WESTERN Lofoten Hotell

Lillevollun 15, Leknes, Leka Municipality, Nord-Trøndelag, Central Norway, 8370, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Lillevollun 15, Leknes, is near Arctic Circle (Norway) and Utakleiv Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Leknes

Day 17 - Lofoten

A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 10, 2014

14 photos

... together, she became a Viking queen and they got married, but this time she got her own horse and they didn't have to share. The end. Tomorrow I'm off to Harstad where I'm getting a short flight over to Tromsø. Three nights left - one in the tent tonight, one in Tromsø, then I'm getting a late night flight back to Oslo and sleeping in the airport for my early flight on Wednesday. It feels like I'm at the start of a long journey home, but I have one more city left to ...

Day 15 - Å - Lofoten

A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 08, 2014

16 photos

... little towns nestling on narrow strips of coastline. I arrived in Moskenes - one of the southern ports, and got on a bus down to Å. Å kind of captures the spirit of Lofoten, and the spirit of Lofoten can be summed up in one word - cod. Before the tourist industry began to take off here fishing was the main source of income and Lofoten provided mainland Norway with the majority of its cod. Much of it it dried and made ...

A complete change

A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 28, 2014

11 photos

... had a 2.5h stop, so plenty of time to have lunch in the city rather than on the boat.
Bodo itself is a bit boring - not a lot to see. It is a very modern city since it was completely destroyed during the war and rebuild afterwards. Each time we came in a harbor there was constantly police watching the boat, not sure whether this is normal practice or whether this is till related to the terror treat that was ...

A wonderful road of ice

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 24, 2014

9 photos

... return to the sunshine on exit. Finally I arrived into Svelvaer and went in search of the ferry. it was now 17h25 and the ferry was due into the port any time now. I followed the car ferry signs and stopped on the pie next to the loading ramp. The place was totally empty and i was the only person here and somehow something told me I was not in the correct port. I headed back to town and rode around in search of another car loading ramp etc or even a ferry but it ...

Everything Smells Like Fish

A travel blog entry by kelseyandersen on Oct 05, 2013

1 comment, 174 photos

... I have never gotten excited over free Wifi until arriving in Europe. This meant that I could contact people from home and revel in my pre-Sweden Snapchat craze to send ridiculous pictures to the lovable weird people back home. (Liz if you are reading this, someone found our Youtube channel... I am deeply sorry.) As we were preparing for departure, one of the French guys had asked me for an American game to play while on the bus. Instead of thinking of typical ...