Park Inn Haugesund Airport
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We were anticipating stronger winds today, blowing from the north-west. These winds would be accompanied by cloud and low temperatures and apart from the wind abating later in the day and the sun coming out in the evening when it was too late to warm anything up, it was accurate. We had over 30 miles to do today so we needed to be up and off reasonably quickly. Our plan was to take in two islands, namely to call in ...
... ed that he could usefully spend his time finding room for more photos on his iphone and I blogged, tidied the boat and was generally gainfully employed.
For lunch we had the scampi, accompanied by smoked salmon and herring and delicious they were too. Later, Richard went for a wander with his newly liberated phone and the rest of us decided to find the archaeological remains to the south of the island, remains that pre-date the Viking period. It is ...
... further south of us and on our route to Stavanger, called Kvits°y. That will now feature in a future blog if plans work out. They also recommended the restaurant, which specialised in providing a local delicacy as part of their buffet called kumle, which is essentially potato balls with salted lamb in. Apparently, kumle is hard to make well and they do that here. Finally, they pointed across the harbour to a sign that I’d not noticed that was advertising ...
... nice walking around and I was enjoying the small town feel more than Bergen which was a bigger city. Its a shame tourists overlook Stavanger as it does have a lot to offer.
Had I planned it before perhaps I should have spent a full ...
We awoke to a non-rainy Bergen (!) and spent a bit of time walking around the Bryggen area – again, as an old trading post, the harbor area had been active from the mid-13th century, with the current buildings having been reconstructed in the 1702-1710 time frame. This area is the best example of “lean-on-me” buildings we’ve found yet. The wharf area is a crazy assemblage of buildings leaning in all ...