Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Royal Hotel Stavanger
It is a good hotel for business people but also for the common tourist. The breakfast is very good and the staff is very nice. The location is perfect right near Skagen, the old shopping center.
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... the ferry terminal to get onto the ferry to head to Tau – with my car! First time for me driving onto a big ass ferry with a car! The ferry was huge. It had 2 levels of vehicle parking.
Once to Tau (which took about 30 minutes to cross), it was a short 19km drive to Preikestolen along a coastal highway with great views thru the start of some of the fjords. Amazing!
I got ...
... various countries negotiated their sections. Somehow Norway convinced the Danish Foreign Minister to give up just a little more and that turned out to be where Norway's first big oil field was discovered - setting up Norway as a very rich oil country. There seems to be a lot of effort being put in as to how best to spend the money obtained by the ...
... about an hour to walk through the town which had many interesting shops, galleries and restaurants. We spent time walking around and headed back to the ship about 15 minutes before the all aboard time. We wished we had more time to spend in Stavanger. The afternoon was hot and sunny so after lunch outside on deck 9, Ruth and I headed for the pool. David found a spot on deck 10 to read. It was a pretty lazy afternoon. By late afternoon we hit open waters and ...
... to calm the waters down, inside the small harbour where we could have put our boat, it was really quite wavy and we were pleased to have taken the advice of the pilot not to go there.
Situated close to the cruise liner was the maritime museum, which covers quite nicely, Stavanger’s history or at least its maritime roots. Trade has been conducted from this area for over a thousand years but it was just about 900 years ago that Stavanger was afforded its ...
... of time for the hike before it started raining (although I did get to briefly rest my eyes as Hannah looked up directions). That was enough to temporarily revive me.
We stopped at the tourism office (leaving directly with the car). From here we gained a map and pricing for the ferry. The girl offered us an alternative route, where the ferry was less expensive. The drive was longer, but it was extremely scenic. This was ...