Rica Park Hotel Stavanger
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... you step – it’s a long way down! And there is no railing.
At the top, I met up with some Americans, that soon became my personal photographer and I was theirs! These guys were a lot of fun and we continued as a group back down after chill’n at the top and admiring the view!
I was surprised at the number of people that did not look prepared for hiking – no ...
... The weather was pretty good starting out and was warm whenever the sun came out. The average hike time to the top is 2 hours and our guide gave us 2 and a half. We made it to the top in 2 hours and the views of the fjord below and the mountains in the background are stunning. What we weren’t prepared for were the winds at the top. Walking the last stretch was a challenge as it felt like you were trying to walk ...
Today was not a good day. It was pouring with rain to start with and whilst we thought that the weather would improve later and we could set off, Bill Gates or Samsung, makers of my operating system and my computer, had different ideas.
The plan was for Helen & Dave to spend the morning seeing Stavanger (in the rain) whilst Julie and I were to do the shopping ...
... but also the ship-building industry. Of course, like everywhere else, man just couldn’t help but overfish and with the decline in stocks, the town would have sunk back into the doldrums if it wasn’t for – sardines! Well in truth, not sardines as these little fish don’t like cold water but a distant cousin does, the sprat. Both sardines and sprats belong to the same family, the Clupeidae, but they are quite separate in that they belong to ...
... to exit and get back on in the right direction. Other than that, however, the drive went smoothly. It got even easier since there were fewer cars the farther out we got. We had some amazing views of the countryside, and we were constantly stopping to take pictures. For this particular day of the trip I got promoted to assistant navigator (since Hannah couldn't look at the directions while driving) and photographer (with me running ...