Norlandia Park Hotel

Sogndal, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Fjords, 6852, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Sogndal, is near Urnes Stave Church and Fjaerland.
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Travel Blogs from Sogndal

Camping Next to a Roaring River

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 28, 2014

7 photos

... of coaxing, attention, blowing air, and a fair bit of metho to get it going. Jess cooked her instant pasta with napoli sauce, and I decided to use up some of the 2-minute noodles I've been carrying since Spain. After dinner I made the usual pot of tea, and finally write the blog in the heat of the dying fire. The only downside to this campsite is the lack of 3G, which means that I won't be able to publish the blog tonight, I'll have to wait until tomorrow morning when I get into ...

Travel Smorgasbord by Train, Bus, Boat and Foot

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Jun 29, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... waterfall with views over this typical West Norwegian fjord valley which has been carved out of the mountains by millions of years of glacial activity.

Our lovely hotel is facing the water, and is built in a grand style reminiscent of the classic old lodges of Yellowstone National Park. We gather in the enormous lobby bar for drinks and conversation, followed by an excellent buffet ...

Riding the Rails in Flaam

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 19, 2014

8 photos

... About 80% of the railway line has a gradient of 55%. It took 20 years to build it and it was opened first in 1940. It takes about an hour to cover the 12 mile long track, through 20 tunnels, 18 of which were dug by hand. We were were fortunate to have good weather and the scenery was absolutely spectacular!! Farms in the valleys, gorgeous mountains and, like the fjords, waterfalls everywhere. The train made a photo stop at the most ...

Norway in our own Nutshell

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on May 26, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... take the public ferry to Tau, where you take public bus to Prekestolen (aka Pulpit Rock), and hike one of the most spectacular hikes in the area. The hike takes2 hours oneway, depending on your fitness. There are steep bits, loose rock, but also stairs and boardwalk to make it more accessible. I saw people of all ages, from 8 to 78, and their dogs, do it, so make sure you give it a go. Take the "Cliff Track" when the path splits near the top - it's easier and more scenic to get ...

The epic bike ride!

A travel blog entry by tobybriggs on Aug 13, 2013

12 photos

... We hadn’t booked any accommodation again but decided to try and stay and the same place as the night before cos we were absolutely nackered. Got some food and went to the camp ground to find out there wasn’t any cheap ones left so we got on the road heading towards Geiranger, the destination for the following day. Within half an hour we managed to find a reasonably priced hotel room where we cooked up a feed, had showers and had a pretty early ...