Rica Maritim Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Rica Maritim Hotel Haugesund
Travel Blogs from Haugesund
... but haven't experimented with the herring, mackerel or brown cheese. Nothing new before race day. Don't need any help with twitchy gut. Breakfast is typical European style. Fueling up. It's now Saturday morning about 8:30. Got a couple miles in on the run course, easy bike spin. Off to race briefing, check in bikes n then chill for rest of the afternoon. Will check in post race. If they have live tracking, it will be on Ironman.com. Jeff is #147, LT is 2008 and I'm 2006. Happy 4th of ...
... were shags on rocks and Kittyhawks and sea eagles. They give us lectures on birds and things, but it doesn't always sink in.
\Warren was our Zodiak captain and he is also the bird man. When we got close to the birds he was pointing out the different kinds of birds floating in the water and telling their stories. Suddenly we spotted puffins in the water ...
... of his head. Very funny.
The next day, our gracious hosts loaded us up with a massive breakfast and even some sandwiches for the train ride to Stavanger. We were very grateful for the lunch when we got on the train. We were quickly learning that Norway is stupidly expensive. We payed $10 for two little bottles of water, $32 for 2 glasses of wine and $30 for some postcards.
The train to Stavanger in the west is beautiful. You pass ...
... Ken showed be a photo of some of the paintings he had done from places he had visited all around the world. It wasn’t the painting that caught my eye, although they were very good. He had hung them all on the fence that surrounded his swimming pool.
I suppose this comes down to stereotyping. A lot of Americans who partake in the afternoon tea onboard see waiters in white gloves serving dainty cakes and sandwiches from a silver platter whilst ...
... still banned from the islands and people either use their legs, bikes or boats for transport. My grandmother's family comes from Espevær and I spent a couple of very memorable summers here. I remember as a child spending all day swimming, fishing and rowing everywhere and when lying in bed at night, still feeling the gentle rocking of the boat. My parents and I came here for a holiday when I was nine and I made firm friends ...