Park Inn Rauland

Address: 3864, 362 Rauland, Rauland, Telemark, Eastern Norway, 3864, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3864, 362 Rauland, Rauland.
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Travel Blogs from Rauland

Wild Norway

A travel blog entry by christine1205 on Aug 27, 2014

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... to destroy the plant. There were several attempts (not successful and successful ones) that finally led to that the Nazi- German abandoned the site and moved it to Germany.


Our onward journey brought us to Møsvatn. Here we stopped for a lunch. It is the perfect place to see the beauty of Norway.

Along the road (37 and 38) we passed stunning valleys and rivers and forests. Wild and pristine nature. You could not ...

Day 16

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 22, 2014

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... Rjukan. We've been there a couple of hours so there wasn't any time left to get with the Krossobanen, the oldest cablecartrack of Norway and to get with the Gaustabanen to get up the Gaustatoppen. This morning it was very cloudy, but now the sun is shining, there is lot of wind, but the temperture is ...

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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Took a day trip to a town called Seljord, not really knowing what to expect. And I cannot explain how pleasantly surprised we were! Just a short 30 minute drive, and we find ourselves in one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. And I've seen a lot of beautiful places! The sun was shining, the water was still, the reflection of the mountains on the lake was ...

An Industrial Day

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Aug 20, 2013

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... some people set bombs on the ferry that carried the heavy water barrels and sunk them.
Of course, the plant at Rjukan was also very important to the local economy. It was originally a hydroelectric power plant. Some of the turbines and machinery is still in there and available to be seen and touched. Additionally, there was some information on the lives of factory and industrial workers, both historic and more modern.
Completely unrelated to why we were there, ...