Rica Dyreparken Hotel

Address: Dyreparkveien 2, Kristiansand, Vest-Agder, South Coast, 4609, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dyreparkveien 2, Kristiansand, is near Kristiansand Dyrepark.
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    Travel Blogs from Kristiansand

    Stavanger, Pulpit Rock(Perkistolen), Kristiansand

    A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... delicious fjord prawns we got for lunch. They are the same size as our lake illawarra prawns, and very sweet meat. We have been seeing them in the supermarkets, but they have always been packaged in brine/ vinegar. This time we got fresh ones and really enjoyed them. We also got some fresh herring fish to try. I made Bengali yoghurt fish with them - yumm. The hundreds of tunnels along the roads still amaze me. There are lots of toll roads here in ...

    Fully Serviced

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... tiny bits of spare metal would appear in the oil. They therefore insisted on changing it and the impeller and all the fuel and oil filters so in other words, we had a full service. Odd also checked all important bolts for tightness and of course, checked the belts and water system as well, including cleaning the sea water intake filter. So all in all, we were very pleased and we can now update our maintenance book and keep Volvo Penta happy as ...

    Recovery day

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 07, 2015

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    ... a pleasant environment to live in.

    Back to the boat for lunch and then out again, this time with camera and to do some serious sight-seeing. The town is less than 1kmē so it doesn’t take long to see the main features. It was founded by Christian IV in 1641 who wanted to strengthen his coastal defences. The town, in common with all of the forward thinking king’s projects, was built on a grid pattern and it remains this way to this day. Indeed, ...

    To the East and Back - very quickly.

    A travel blog entry by gpcampingcar on May 12, 2015

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    After leaving the Port, we headed off to a recommended place to see - Lillesand; it might well have been a picturesque town but the camp site was to bizarre to even contemplate staying, so we set off back to Kristiansands and down to Lindesnes. ...

    Week Eleven. Stokke - Kristiansand - Seljestad

    A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Feb 23, 2015

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    ... main roads are usually kept clear and everybody manages to get from A to B just like they're negotiating a punt down the River Cam on a sunny Sunday afternoon with Hugh Grant doing the hard bit with the stick! And I guess they're right, we drove about a hundred miles today and did we get stuck? No. Did we fall off the road? No. Did I look at the speedo and think "****, I'm going that fast in these conditions?" Yes.
    But it's still pretty scary at times, ...