Rica Maritim Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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... nothing!.....although I'm not too sure how we managed that...So, in short, at this stage the mirrors are still intact....Treas wasn't too happy this morning - after making a charity donation to someone in Koppang where she managed to lose a Kr500 note (about $100), last night she lost her glasses.... Not happy Jan! After a damned hot day traveling (it was 32 C here! ) we arrived in Haugesund on the west coast.Quite a sizeable 50k town founded ...
... week (well month), I think my Starbucks from Oslo airport will have to wait for the morning (caffeine rush this late would not do well for what I hope to be my first stress free nights sleep in what feels like a very long time!). Hopefully tomorrows flights are trouble free... Totally exhausted, but extremely excited...bring on tomorrow and our adventure! Signing out for the evening Two of the three Prytz's ...
After Norway, we made our way to Stockholm, which is our last European city before heading out to Russia. Our hotel was really cool. It was a converted boat that was permanently docked. To be honest, Stockholm was a beautiful city, but we had reached European city overload. We wandered around and took photos of all of the sites, but our hearts weren’t really in it. We were ready to head onto the next stage of our adventure. Bring on ...
... the residents ‘turf’ their roofs for added insulation. Imagine going to B & Q and asking for some turf.
"Yes, sir certainly. How big is the lawn?”
“No it’s not for me lawn. It’s for me roof!!”
At intervals along the side of the road, there are piles of rocks that have been placed one on top of another. We asked a few passers-by if they knew what these meant. Everyone was as baffled as we where. On ...
... The Island (recommended by a rather drunk woman in a pub in N. Ireland when I told her I was going to Greece).
On the way home from Bergen we found a hut to sleep in, sort of like a youth hostel except you get private rooms. These huts are all over Norway and a nice and not so expensive way to travel around. We met a dutch brother and sister who joined us for games that evening. After breakfast we headed back home, collecting ...