Clarion Collection Hotel Arcticus
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Collection Hotel Arcticus Harstad
Comfortable hotel, if not a little too warm. No way of adjusting the thermostat we could find. The meal was plentiful and welcomed.
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An early start at 4:30 am today, as we had to be at the docks at 5:15 am for our 6 am ferry to Moskenes on the Lofoten Islands. All credit to the girls, they were up and at em with no prompting, albeit one of them was a tad grumpy. The ferry was four hours, and three of the group got some sleep, one of them very deeply! At Moskenes, we headed for …
... talons. In all we saw at least 20 eagles, a good number according to the staff onboard. We stayed on the small boat and travelled through the waterways with our ship following behind, a good opportunity to get photos of it with the surrounding mountains. We arrived first at the port of Svolvaer and walked around the village, rather tourist or weekender place with lots of waterfront apartments ...
... with the gold it is covered in. Recent restorations though have uncovered original oil paintings and patterns on the walls from the Catholic times. Even if you're not religious it's amazing to see such a solid structure that has survived hundreds of years.
Not far from this church, which is located on the foreshore, there is a museum of the area. Quite interesting but not very interactive. Many of the ...
After leaving the cafe in Svolvaer we rode for a few more hours though many tunnels, a national park and a valley that reminded us both of Australia. We came across a dirt track which we followed for a kilometre or so along a river. We found a perfect camping spot under a cops of trees by the sandy beaches where the river met a fjord. We set up the tent and Felix made a fireplace complete with chimney from two pieces of old concrete drainpipe we found. ...
Today was our last full day in Norway. As an extra gift, Marit took us to Kleivan, an place with astonishing biodiversity. There are approximately 750 different species of plants (flowers, trees, hybrids, etc.) all on the property of one family. The family took over the place in 1995 and completely renovated the buildings, but used mostly the old materials originally used in their construction for their ...