Rica Park Hotel Stavanger
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Stavanger
... drive the hull onto the downwind finger and that’s why many of these berths are well lagged, as it were as indeed, was this one. We did fit, it was a struggle as the wind was coming from the side somewhat, but we got in and no harm done.
We had planned to make use of the washing machines when we were in Stavanger, washing machines that were now out of reach as we were not in our harbour of choice. The sailing club only provided water ...
... in quite well with a suggestion made by the young lady in Stavanger’s tourist office when we asked for ideas for a walk. She recommended a bus to Sandnes and then another one to a place called Dale, where there was a nice walk. So that was the plan.
The weather wasn’t particularly promising for our expedition, it was windy and cold and overcast with occasional light showers. However the forecast promised sun but sadly no improvement in ...
Being officially in love with Vincent's apartment, we thought to have breakfast on the small terrace; however, the weather proved a bit too chilly for that; nothing scrambled eggs with melted cheese couldn't cure, however. It was kind of a slow start to the morning, but luckily Sarah was free to meet up with us to go visit the Swords in Rocks monument. She was on time, but we ended up getting a bit confused with the bus stops. Luckily for us, the bus was a a ...
... as well. They were doing the reverse, had come from Oslo, and were now heading to Bergen.
At the station the counters were closed and there was no machine to buy the ticket. Luckily the driver took ...
... beautiful old section filled with non-tourist shops, which was a nice surprise. After we thought we'd finally found all the souvenirs we "needed," we came across a small pottery studio and found a little trinket we wanted to buy. Until now, I had not withdrawn any money from the ATM, as we'd been able to use our credit card for every purchase. As in Canada, nearly everywhere was set up to accept credit card payments for the smallest amounts on ...