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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      We seem to be getting all manner of weather recently. This morning it was very misty but thankfully, by 09:30 it had burned away and we were able to motor in towards Strömstad in lovely sun and with no wind. There are two harbours here, one which is convenient for the town but busy and rocky and rolly and again, full and another, separated by an inlet that requires a ferry to cross, where we found a berth. This was called Strömstad ...

      No room at the Inn...

      A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 25, 2013

      9 photos

      ... 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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      ... her friend Ronny who took us out to the Fort just outside of town. We had a brief walk around to see the old buildings inside the fort walls and got to hear some of the history about the fort's role in the war between Sweden and the specific defense justifications for the star shaped mote. After the main fort, including tea and cake, we drove across to where Camilla and her mum had held their joint birthdays the previous weekend. We then continued to drive around the ...

      Goodbye Norway, Hello Sweden!

      A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Jun 28, 2013

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      ... to the bottom for answers ):

      1. Which two are common prepare-at-home packaged foods that Norwegians eat on a weekly basis?
      a. Frozen pizza and tacos
      b. Fish and Leak soup and Clam Chowder
      c. Pre stuffed baked potatoes and elaborate packaged salads

      2. See first photo. What is this?
      a. a place for rural makeshift car repairs
      b. a in ground sheep fence
      c. a drainage grating

      3. Which costs more in Norway?
      a. a small head of iceberg ...