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Travel Blogs from Stavanger
... lightly raining, but the bus is nice and warm.
I arrive at the hotel, check in and head straight out for some food. End up having some really good fish and chips.
Today is cool but the skies are blue. A perfect day for a cruise to the Fjords and to see Pulpit Rock. The scenery is ok, but after having seen Milford Sound in New Zealand, this is not as spectacular.
We finally arrive at the base of the Pulpit Rock. You can read more about it ...
... campsite to ourselves, including the snug, modern common room/kitchen. Needless to say we made the most of the ...
... streets connect white-painted, flower-covered, wooden buildings - very picturesque, but even more quiet that the rest of the city.
We just made it to a restaurant for dinner (again, expensive) before the rain started coming down. Any hope of the rain fading as the evening wore on was dashed and we had to walk/run back to the hotel in the rain.
Another busy day, but Norway had already stolen our hearts and we couldn't wait to see more!
... rocks, water, mud, vegetation) make it quite a challenging experience.
In case you're wondering, here's what I should have seen if it wasn't for the weather:
But it turned out the city had a surprise for me, maybe to compensate for the fog...
Let's just go back to the start for a minute though.
The way to Stavanger was surprisingly easy. After realizing the astronomic prices of the ...
... After she dropped us at the train station, we had time enough to sneak over to the Pub at the nearby Radisson for a drink.
We arrived back at Tim's at 5:30 pm, and dinner was in the making. Fish cakes! 80% fish, cod and haddock. Very good.
After dishes were done, packing ensued and we are about ready for departure in the morning.
It's 10 pm and the birds are still singing and it is still light outsize, although the sun has ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility