Reisafjord Hotel AS
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReisafjord Hotel AS Sorkjosen
Yet again I was extremely glad to find this hotel open. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. It was quite expensive but that is Norway for you. I certainly would stay here again
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19-05-14 Innhavet to SorkjosenToday I woke up and looked out the hotel window to glorious sunshine. It was so nice and warm that I even sat outside to have breakfast.Packed up and bike loaded I was away by 9am and within minutes was taking photos of the magical scenery along the way. As I left my overnight town of Innhavet and headed north the …
... the Royal and Ancient Polar Bear Society, founded in 1963, which had a life-size polar bear on display. It was in Hammerfest that the notion of polar bears roaming the streets of Norway came about and they milk it for all it's worth, with statues of the animal all around town. From there we walked half-way up the side of a mountain overlooking the town, where I got some great photos of Hammerfest and the harbour. The final stop ...
... s stop in reasonable shape after the delays of the day.
And (for Roger) - I fixed the sidelight.I'm attempting to run on these rather than headlights.Might be illegal but perhaps prudent.
I told her I didn't and crawled off to sleep in the bath
Thor Heyerdahl (at least we'll be alright for paper boys)
... Nordic tradition I wanted so badly to take a hike. Here in Norway, Sunday is family day. Everything closes. They grab their boots or their cross country skis and head out for a day of thrilling adventure in this magnificent Arctic land. It was the most glorious day of the season, the sun was so epically lighting up the fjord and I was in work, bursting with energy ready for 3pm to hit so that I could dart up the mountain Storhaugen and sit on the snow ...
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Before the delicious dinner some of us went exploring the surroundings to find a good spot to await the next Northern Light show ... the spot we found was on a ice-crusted beach with a stunning mountain panorama. What a dramatic change to the locations we had in the Finish forests!
After the long drive and the fine dinner everyone was eager to go outside ... and catch some Northern Lights ... and we did ...