Scandic Bergen City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsScandic Bergen City
It was several blocks from the main center area but I think it was also a really good value. Very well decorated room. Oh, and the buffet was just spectacular.
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... know airports are a bit expensive, but I could have bought a 6 pack for what I Paid for the beer alone, and bottle of wine for the price of the glass Jean is drinking. Why does everyone think tourists are fair game when it comes to over pricing things.
Going to have a crack at Phanfare again now. That should keep me amused for an hour or two. It seemed so simple when I first tried it but I couldn't tell ...
... truly breathtaking and some time in the future, we will come back to stay in the Stalheim, just to have more time to take in the stunning views of the Nærøy valley.
We had a few minutes in Gudvangen to wait for the arrival of the ferry to take us down the UNESCO world heritage Nærøyfjorden which in turn merges with the Aurlandsfjorden and thence southwards to the town of Flåm. Both of these fjords empty to the sea via the much larger, 127 mile ...
... for leaving her whilst we go to Oslo. There are two obvious alternatives, if one concludes that it's not a great idea to leave a boat unattended in a public quayside where other boats can raft willy- nilly against you and those were both a few miles south of Bergen but north of our anchorage. One location is the home of the Bergen yacht club and is beautifully sheltered but with few facilities whilst the other, less than a mile away is a commercial harbour with all the ...
... lobster etc. You can get fish and chips for about £14!!!
There were stalls selling moose and raindeer sausages, dried to last for months. Also lots of shops with big fair isle type sweaters and expensive leather goods. As you would expect we didn't buy a thing - we can just about afford to eat!
We had a look at the wonky wooden houses on the Bryggen, which ...
... and found the vinmonopolet. It was 29 quid for a bottle of pear vodka. We spent 750 nok on a litre can of lager, a bottle of Sam smiths taddy porter, a multipack of aquavit miniatures, a 75cl bottle of Canadian whiskey. Then we found what we thought was a cheap supermarket- rema 1000 (rema tusen). It came to 670 nok - £58! Wow were we going to be broke in Norway! We went home to put our tiny amount of shopping away but we still had an ...