Sauda Fjord Hotel

Sauda, Rogaland, Western Fjords, 4208, Norway | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sauda

Norway

A travel blog entry by ianandwendy2013

30

... unusual town. It was destroyed by fire in the early 1900's and rebuilt quickly, in an eclectic mix of romantic/art ...

Lovely Lysefjord

A travel blog entry by sandyhart

... t time to make the arduous climb to the top of pulpit rock, but there’s no way I’d verure out toard its edge so I was just s glad that we didn’t have enough time! As it was, there were so many beautiful sights, it was hard to know where to look and what to photograph! Although the day was gray and there were many dramatic clouds, the rain held off.
Back in town, we wandered around for a few hours looking at ...

Day 16 - Tau to Stavanger to Hjelmeland

A travel blog entry by magicbus1

11

... where the signs were all spent wrong and people spoke with a strange accent - correction - stranger accent. Instead the old port is relatively unchanged and the oil and ferry traffic has largely been moved to other docks away from the old centre. Alison says that some of the wooden houses are clinker built and some are carvel built. We first went to the Stavanger Maritime Museum. Although it was only a small museum dealing only with the development of Stavanger over ...

To Sauda and Back

A travel blog entry by btweed

6

... where we were to stay in cabin 516. We dropped off our bags and Ingeborg took us to Magnhild's house. It was a bit tough to communicate with Maghnild as her English was not so good. She seemed to be speaking Norwegian with a few
English words sprinkled in. After awhile Merete came over and her English was very good so she could translate. Merete is a teacher in kindergarten, and she has been for 20 years . She is 4 years older than Gretchen and a very ...

Soaking wet in Stavanger

A travel blog entry by janelle-daniel

10

... town in an alleyway, the Burger King, the market and into the Tourist Bureau. Sadly there were no short tours of the local area to be had. So we settled for a wander around town. We tried to get a Lonely Planet guide for Norway, to make planning our excursions a bit easier, but they had none. And lets face it, the Rough Guide is a poor equivalent. I almost bought a cheese plane shaped like a reindeer (apparently invented in Stavenger) at the ...

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