Park Hotell Rjukan

Address: Sam Eydesgt 67, Rjukan, Telemark, South Coast, 3660, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sam Eydesgt 67, Rjukan.
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Travel Blogs from Rjukan

Wild Norway

A travel blog entry by christine1205 on Aug 27, 2014

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For a short while we stopped in Dalen (E134) to see the Telemark canal. Or the beginning/end of it. It is set in a quite but big valley. The harbour would be a wonderful place to stay for some time longer. But we had to move on.

As the day settled in we had to find something for the night. On the way to Lysebotn in the middle of nowhere along the road we set camp on a shore of a small lake (or top of a small dam).
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Day 16

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 22, 2014

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Today we went to Vemork. We've seen a documentaire about the Heroes of Telemark, how they planned an blew up a piece of the factory, so the Germans couldn't make heavy water for over 6 months and how the blew up the ship Hydro. Also we've seen some of the old machines and the history of industrial ...

Day 15

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 21, 2014

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This morning when we woke up, the sun was shining, so we packed our stuff and drove to Sveindal from there we drove to Evje. Grom Evje we drove North to Rygnestad and from there we took the road to Dalen, from Dalen we took the road to ...

Really Norway? Are you seriously this beautiful??

A travel blog entry by jmariehahn on Mar 09, 2014

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... We explored a couple of roads off of the main road, and were rewarded both times! The first took us to a quiet path with a view of the lake to enjoy the entire way. The second led to a summer cabin, not in use quite yet. We trekked up the hill with Thor, our solid new Subaru Outback, and found a lovely table and bench (made of local rocks) to enjoy our lunch in ...

An Industrial Day

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Aug 20, 2013

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... It was no longer economical to pay people to mine, so they stopped the mining.
We were able to see 2 different styles of mining- one where they cracked the rock with fire and makes sideways tunnels, and one where they blasted through the rock with dynamite and made vertical tunnels. We were also able to see the ladders and elevators they would have used to get down to work. The elevator was working and the guide demonstrated it. It reminded me of a Super Mario ...