Rogalandsheimen Gjestgiveri

Musegata 18, Stavanger, Rogaland, Western Fjords, 4010, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Musegata 18, Stavanger, is near Museum of Archaeology (Arkeologisk Museum), Utstein Kloster, Stavanger Museum, and Cafe Sting.
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    A travel blog entry by karmic on Jun 16, 2014

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    Stavanger is a major city on the South/West coast of Norway. The city is an important centre that is central to the North Sea off shore oil fields.
    Norway and the cruise was a complete change of pace from the previous 7 to 8 weeks touring Europe. Where as most of previous site seeing was in bustling and busy European cities that ...

    Week 11 has hit the scene.

    A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... they get in they way of everything! Tried for over an hour to get internet, called Ran the receptionist, as soon as he got to the door the internet started working! Grrrrrr, I was so frustrated. It's always like that. When you can't find something and search for ever for it and as soon as your mother walks in she finds it. Logic lost. Well you know what they say, nothing is ever really lost until your mother can't find it. 9.30 am made an entrance through a cheesy iPhone alarm tone. ...

    Day 15 En route to Southampton

    A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Mar 25, 2014

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    Day 15 - Leaving Flam en route to Southampton

    We haven't actually stopped in Stavengar but the map doesn't seem to pick up sea positions :)
    our Captain tells us each morning our position.

    As we left Flam the sun was still shining and casting shadows from the mountains across the still waters of the fjord.

    The Wild Life Guides were on deck with their binoculars and cameras watching out for porpoise, sea birds and the like.
    Ripples in the ...

    Living out the 10yr dream

    A travel blog entry by troyrowe on Oct 15, 2013

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    ... the was travelling down the fjord for a small cruiser - the size and scale of the fjord was truly mind bending.

    I sat on the edge for some 20-25mins completely lost in my own world starring down the fjord. Upon reflection I wouldn't call it a relaxing experience rather more of an out of body experience, the feeling you get when you know that you are in a most extraordinary place and one that you will most likely never experience anything like again.

    A ship doing doughnuts

    A travel blog entry by bartsinfriendst on Jul 28, 2013

    ... br> Captain said we would be leaving Starvanger one hour later and then spending four hours cruising Lysefjord and seeing Pulpit Rock which is a rocky outcrop high up on the cliff face and is only 25 x 25 metres wide. When we turned to go into Lysefjord we sailed under a high bridge though there wasn't much clearance. People were standing on the bridge and as we passed under the Captain blew the horn, not sure who got the ...

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