Park Hotel

Address: Marcus Thranes Gate 30, Halden, Ostfold, 1776, Norway | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Marcus Thranes Gate 30, Halden, is near Parliament (Stortinget) and Fredriksten Festning (Fredriksten Fortress).
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    Travel Blogs from Halden

    Sunbathe attack bat eat the grass run

    A travel blog entry by hogbakk on Oct 07, 2013

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    ... feed me feed me. Sleep on your face lay down in your way knock over the lamp chuf attack, claw meow leap chase the red dot sleep in the sink. Stretching claw fluffy fur scratched, puking eat eat bat feed me kittens attack judging you. Run lick fluffy fur catnip sleep in the sink, lick sleep on your keyboard eat the grass I don't like that food tail flick. Biting jump on the table chase the red dot jump, rip the couch sunbathe eat the grass sleep in the sink litter box ...

    A Nice Harbour

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 26, 2013

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    ... opposed to the crowded Strömstad Södra hamnen.

    Our berth was alongside the outer pontoon but about 8metres outside us was a rocky islet, so we knew that no other boat would raft against us as they would block the channel, so we were quite happy with the choice. Moreover, we later discovered that there was a free bus service to town so in our book, this was a much better choice to spend the night.

    We had initially ...

    No room at the Inn...

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 25, 2013

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    ... less directly east of Nord-Koster and on the way to Strömstad. The anchorage itself was quite small, only enough room for us to swing but with sufficient spaces off the rocks for several other boats.

    We rather hoped that the sun, which was out when we anchored, would stay out so that we could spend the afternoon sunbathing and swimming (sea is 22.4°C now) but sadly, clouds gathered and we were again treated aurally to some ...

    Norway - and a little Sweden (24 July - 5 August)

    A travel blog entry by la.adendorff on Jul 25, 2013

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    ... with a hot chocolate/tea/coffee/soup before taking the scenic rout back to Stina's mum's place for yummy reindeer stew and potatoes (thanks Stina). On Wednesday Camilla and I had originally planned to drive west to the fjords and coast, however, the weather was still miserable and therefore we wouldn't have been able to see much. So instead we drove inland down the E16 past Lillehammer and Hamar down towards Oslo, stopping at a couple of churches, lakes, cheesery ...

    Wet Weather

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 24, 2013

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    ... a photo of the catch, already boxed and on its way to the cold room storage facility.

    Anyway, that was yesterday and today was a different day in terms of weather. It was cloudy when we set off and rain was promised for the afternoon. We thought we might as well save a few bob as sitting on a boat in the rain on an anchorage is no different to sitting on a boat in the rain in harbour but with one major advantage to the former ...