Rica Travel Hotel Bergen
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
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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... The homes here are so so very colorful. The cost of a home here is not based on square footage. If a home faces the direction that it would be receiving the most sun,(when it does shine) the value goes way up. She told us that the people of this city put a lot of money into the interior decorating of their homes because they do most of their entertaining inside and they themselves spend more than the usual time indoors. Most homes and apartment ...
... of their love of nature -- it's easier to go in nature and have wine as a bag (to transport / open (no corkscrew) / dispose of). We also have a suspicion that quality isn't as big of a concern to them (they'd rather have the cheap stuff when everything is so expensive).
Though Bergen is the second largest town in Norway (275,000), the downtown / seaside / tourist area is compact. We can't imagine how crowded it gets on peak cruise ships days. It must ...
... movement, but not from that. I did submit to a small sip and it was very clear and fresh tasting.
As we returned we felt fortunate we had gone when we did, as the clouds proceeded to sock in everything.
The rain is getting on our nerves but weather.com says it will clear by late morning tomorrow. I am holding them to it.
... is no menu; we are served a choice of three or five courses of whatever is caught (by Alf, he says) that day. Bob and I have three courses; a single scallop served with sea urchin, Jerusalem artichoke and fennel puree, pickled radish and watercress, followed by fish called tusk, a Norwegian variety of cod served topped with Bearnaise sauce along with potatoes, beets, and pesto and ending with rhubarb sorbet with yoghurt cream. We hear that the five ...
It's not so rainy but just as wet! I walk to see the university I was meant to have attended when I studied Scandinavian sociology and art and architecture. It looked nice. I probably should have gone instead of spending my entire time pretending we were in london super clubs in the cinders type nightclub Maximes, as confirmed by Veronica! Bergen has surprised me in that it has a lake and a castle! wow I must have only ever gone ...