Rica Park Hotel Stavanger
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... entirely dominated by its spectacular fjords and mountains. No travel is straightforward, though it is all well ...
This morning we took a three hour Fjord trip to see the Pulpit rock. An amazing piece of rock that towers about 1,000 meters over the Fjord. On top it is a 25 meter square flat piece of rock that people can trek to from a hostel further inland. People actually sit on the edge of the rock and dangle their legs over. You would never be allowed to do this in Australia. We ...
... so it kinda felt good to speak on my mother tongue for the night. I cooked us a quick meal and we chatted all night about his projects and the life in Stavanger and Norway in general. He was involved with loads of different things, from charity work to architecture, and it was really cool to get his side of things and absorb a bit of knowledge about many different topics in a very down to earth manner.
Next day I ...
... if it were not for Knud saving me and offering me a place to stay. Knud even picked me up from the train station at 7:30 am the day I arrived. He is an incredibly nice and intelligent man -- he has been as great of a host as you could ask for. So my first day I thought I'd have my best chance of heading to Preikestolken (Preachers Pulpit as it has been titled). I was bored online 5 months ago and saw pictures of the Fjords in Norway and it's what pushed me to start this trip and it ...
We arrived in Stavanger on Thursday evening and it was raining heavily.
Because of heavy rain in the last few days the basement was flooded, we are now having it tried out. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
nice welcome ... isn't it ^^
It's interesting that women will most likely get a room with less beds than men in ...
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