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)
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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
... time to buy something to cook at the supermarket and walk our bags up from the carpark to the hostel in the dark. The hostel is in a lovely historic part of Bergen with cobbled streets and old timber houses. Actually we did go for a walk before dinner and explore the hanseatic wharf area and old town, stopping for a drink in a waterside pub of ...
... covered mountains and lovely green valleys. There we saw farms, growing strawberries, carrots and cucumbers. Also, Norway’s northernmost orchards where such fruits as apricots are grown. Summer farms usually operate from early June until the end of August. Herdalsetra Farm has about 30 buildings. This farm had no road connecting it to civilization until 1960. All of the buildings were quite small. The largest was the building that ...
... to the day and were in Bergen station in plenty of time to catch the 08:43 train that was the beginning of our little adventure. The train took us eastwards to the town of Voss where we disembarked and got onto a coach. This coach was to take us to the ferry at Gudvangen at the very end of the Nærøyfjorden. No I hear you think 'coach –smoach’ or some such disparaging thought but believe me, this was special. The driver was kind enough to add ...
It was supposed to be a relatively wind free night but judging by the howling noise from the rigging and the way the boat swung about like a newly lassoed mustang, it wasn't. I'd set the anchor alarm to the 'on' position on the GPS, the theory is that if the boat moves by more than a certain distance, the alarm sounds. This should enable one to sleep soundly under anchor. Sadly it doesn't work for me so I was awake several times during the night just to check that we were OK. ...
... to a lady from Switzerland and I trolled Facebook! Went for lunch at 12. There was salmon and tasty pork. Back up to the sun deck to enjoy the last 2 hours of our cruise. We had been told to enjoy the view of Bergen from the ship and not get too keen about disembarking until they call your deck number. So we got some pictures and then they called our deck first. Off the boat and we had to hand in our cruise card :( then downstairs to pick up ...