Rica Travel Hotel Bergen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsRica Travel Hotel Bergen
Tiny cramped room, but I suppose it's still decent value for an expensive town like Bergen. Good location relatively close to both the centre and the train station. All the reviews on the breakfast are spot on - excellent quality and selection, and felt more like a Sunday brunch rather than an included hotel breakfast.
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Travel Blogs from Bergen
... pin bends which the bus could barely negotiate. BUT, the view was amazing, looking down in the steep valley to Gudsaven driving past huge waterfalls. Then we went on a boat through Aurlandsfjord, & Naeroyfjord which is the world heritage listed one. A spectacularly beautiful 2.5 hr cruise, but the boat was too crowded with people pushing & shoving for photo opportunities. We got ...
... from timber new and old most roofs have a 45 degree angle due to fires coming down from mountains in early days. Caught a cable car up to Mt Floien Funicular 1000feet above sea level with views over Bergen and surrounding fjord and the many islands the weather just perfect sun shining brightly. Have now left at 1.30pm are to arrive tomorrow nite at 7.30pm in Copenhagen ...
... So we went back into the Information Center for Plan B -- they were then on the low 50's.
Jerry has had a terrible, deep chest cold the past few days and despite hacking and coughing he has truly and valiantly been trying to enjoy our time here. Today his meter expired and the only thing worse than walking in the cold rain with a miserable chest cold is being with a man walking in the cold rain with a miserable chest cold (can I hear an ...
This morning we set out to see the old buildings of Bryggen, it was interesting to walk amongst them, down the narrow alley ways and see the old timber structures, imagining a different era. Bryggen is located near the wharf so we were able to take in the sights of the wharf as well. It is a very busy port and there were a large number of ships berthed. We walked past the Rosenkrantz tower, the Bergen museum and strolled around ...
... and partner Paul. After this we met some of Junes friends and had some drinks at their apartment before hitting a couple of bars. Waking up on Friday I had a nice headache, ideal for the 8 hour journey back towards Oslo! We spent the day driving back in the rain but eventually got home. We popped by Junes parents house before calling it an early ...