Rica Nidelven Hotel

Address: Havnegaten 1-3, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 7400, Norway | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Trondheim

    Another day another walk

    A travel blog entry by jayton on Oct 13, 2015


    ... years. Very interesting.

    After that we set off to visit the fort. I have noticed over the years that forts are generally built on the highest steepest hill the locals could find, similar to Abbeys. This place is no exception to that rule. I gasped and panted my way to the top where there is a great view over the town. A sad part of the fort were four foundations that used to support the posts that the Norwegian resistance fighter were tied ...


    A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 27, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... the Secret Life Of Bees,very special..
    Our phone for Norway is up and running, Cetrece has the number,and when you are up,sometime.. and we are too, I will send it on to others..This will be the last blog for a while, due to the curvature of the earth, we lose it now for about 6 days, so back later on, soon to be in the Arctic Circle..a sea day tomorrow, to catch our breath, Bye from us, heading to distant places in Norway.. Faye and ...

    Stuck in Trondheim and a Day at Sea

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... anyway (it was both free and open). Making a bad tour worse, it was raining by the time we started the walking tour. We walked down from the fort stopping to see the Trampe (bicycle lift). In an effort to encourage city residents to use bicycles, a motorized lift is provide to assist riders up a steep hill. We got to see a demonstration. Basically, the rider puts one foot on the lift and leaves the other on the pedal and the lift takes him to the top. ...

    Up North

    A travel blog entry by lynrobinson on Aug 23, 2013

    13 photos

    ... smooth in the clear light. We misstime our visit to Munkholmen Island and have to leave almost immediately. I am not sorry, for it's terrible history as a Viking and Nazi execution ground is chilling. In the evening we are lucky enough to be invited out for a home cooked meal featuring fresh nutritious local fish and berries. Monday the 26 th is another beautiful day and we set out to walk part of the Ladestein. Following the waters edge the trail ...

    Kystekspressen to Trondheim then train to Sweden

    A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 05, 2013

    14 photos

    ... It was built in 1150 and enlarged twice (in 1686 and again, with the bell tower, in 1739). The Tourist Information Office was next door and there was a souvenir shop - was very busy, but very spacious and they had free toilets!

    Heading back to the station, we went past Stiftsgarden (the Royal Residence). It was built in 1778 as the home of the (then-Danish) king, and has 140 rooms that cover almost 4,000 sq. m (13,123 sq. ft.) of floor space. ...