Quality Hotel 33
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... resourcefully hung up to dry in the shower overnight) I headed off to the Arctic Cathdral. You've guessed it - the world's northernmost. I'd decided to keep my entrance fees to a minimum, so on the way I was lured in to a museum called the Perspektivet museum. It was in a pleasantly lilac wooden building and had a coffee shop on the ground floor. It consisted of a few different photography exhibitions. The first was on Gaza and featured the work of ...
... from South America could have settled Polynesia in pre-Columbian times. Although most anthropologists as of 2010 had come to the conclusion they did not, in 2011, new genetic evidence was uncovered by Erik Thorsby that Easter Island inhabitants do have some South American DNA, lending credence to at least some of Heyerdahl's theses.
His aim in mounting the Kon-Tiki expedition was to show, by using only ...
... even managed a quick swim in the fjord – surprisingly not that cold. With views of Pulpit Rock and generally spectacular scenery we ended up being out far later than expected, we didn’t arrive back in Stavanger to well after 6 having started at 11.
Since we like to hike and seeing the Pulpit Rock from the fjord level we knew we had to climb it. Oyvind and his cute dog Mya joined us for the ...
... The next day I took a ferry out to Bygd°y island to visit the 4 museums: Viking ship, Kon-Tiki, Fram, and the Holocaust museum. Obviously the Viking museum attracted me. Each museum was unique and actually interesting to walk through with an audio guide. I am so old...using audio guides for fun...By the time I was done with all the museums it was almost sunset so I walked over to the Opera House and watched the ...
... work. I had no trouble connecting to the wifi, and maps found me quick enough, but for some reason it would not load the location of the hostel. I didn't even need exact, I just wanted an idea of how far I was going to be walking, maybe which side of the road it was going to be on? Also, what was strange about the roads in this area, was that they were covered in tram lines and there seemed to be no markings for cars. Which I thought funny to have a section of the city with perfectly ...