Rica Hotel Harstad

Address: Strandgata 9, Harstad, Troms, North Norway, 9405, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Strandgata 9, Harstad.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Harstad

        Day 33

        A travel blog entry by peterica on Aug 15, 2015

        10 photos

        ... towns, where we stop to load and unload, usually have the same design for the bridge that connects both sides of the channel by road. When the ship stops for more than 20 minutes at a port, we have the opportunity to walk around these towns. This afternoon we took our second excursion from the ship onto a small fishing type boat, boarding from our ship's cargo door on the side of the ship, across a ...

        Cold but beautiful

        A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Dec 17, 2013

        ... How different life must be - remote from the village, which is remote from the nearest town, itself hours away by boat on a remote island, in the far north of Norway. There was a full moon and it was stunningly beautiful, although a little chilly. Wrapped up in my big fur hat ( thank you Natalie) it was magical. We stayed outside till about 1 am but no ...

        Norweigen Fjords and Vikings

        A travel blog entry by sonia72 on Jan 09, 2013

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... cost 10 krone which is equivalent to 1.70 Australian dollars.

        Anyway while the others stayed in the comfort of the warm building, I went for a 30min walk along the coastline. No one else had walked there that morning so the snow was new and crisp for me. At one point I looked out to the water and saw something dark bobbing up and down. I stopped walking, because it makes too much noise, and I quietly ...

        Down by the banks of the river

        A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Aug 07, 2010

        29 photos

        ... offered to wash our bodies and some clothes in the river. We are only a little more than a week short of a month without sleeping in a house, having a shower or washing clothes so a chance to freshen up is much appreciated, even if it is in the chilly waters of a mountain river.

        While our clothes were hanging on a line in the sun and breeze, we went for a walk further down the dirt road. Along the way we found so many wild blueberries. ...

        Kleivan: A Different World

        A travel blog entry by twoteachers on Jul 15, 2010

        40 photos

        ... and tended to his gardens constantly. Over the years, as Ola became old, he began to neglect maintenance around his house, however he always tended to his gardens. He planted seeds from all around the area and was gifted some from afar as well. Most notable are the rare Blue Poppy Plants that tower in several of the gardens around the house. When the plants were originally planted, the house was surrounded ...