Rica Forum Hotel
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- Tennis Court
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... gear organized and headed out for 4 km journey to the top, which claims to take 2 hours in, 2 hours out. It was a cool morning, at about 4 degrees Celsius, but after the first kilometre, I had to remove a layer – was too warm after some climbing. The path was clearly marked and there were always people around. The views from the top were unbelievable! So worth the journey there!! But be ...
Today's adventure is a hike up Pulpit Rock. It started with a bus ride to a car ferry that took us to another area of the fjord. Once we got off the ferry we had a 20 to 30 minute bus ride to the starting point for the hike. While we have a guide in front and a guide in back, the hike is at our own pace. It is a distance of 4,000 meters or roughly 2.5 miles. The trail however is over very rocky terrain and ...
... rough seas. The temperature also dropped about 30 degrees. We talked to a number of people who were bothered by the rough waters but none of us had a problem. Ruth had a late afternoon massage appointment and I met some friends in the Irish pub. We all headed to dinner at 8:30 and then went back to the room for the night. We chose late dinner because 5:30 was too early, but 8:30 is really too late even with sunset at 11 pm. It was a great day. Tomorrow is a sea ...
... status, with a cathedral dedicated to St Swithin, the 9th century bishop of Winchester. Stavanger became a bit of a backwater during the 17th century as the bishopric was moved to Kristiansand and it wasn’t until the 18th century that the town grew in importance, thanks to the burgeoning demand for herring, especially in the Baltic countries. Ships were required to catch and then transport the herring and this gave rise to not only ...
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I was pretty impressed with Hannah's mad driving skills. Being in Europe, the car was manual, so I couldn't help with the driving. She skillfully handled the stress of driving in a new country with different driving habits. Luckily, the route was fairly direct, and we only had one mishap where the highway suddenly split in two and we weren't sure which path to take. We of course took the wrong one, ...