Scandic Bergen City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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My hotel is in the central district which leads thru the pedestrian shopping zone to the historic wharf area. There was a large tourist info office where I went to plan my next 2 days in Bergen
... at least twice. I certainly tried on every design of Norwegian sweater, but the Spanish girl selling them was very patient and had a good sense of humour. Eventually I made a decision, based on the rather special viking ship buttons... Being Scandinavia, there are also several Christmas shops, with lovely ornaments, paper cut outs, candle holders and decorations. All very tasteful and very Christmassy. The old town is really pretty. We ...
... Dale. I was looking at all kinds of nice places to camp, but realised that I should pick up some food, so Icontinued to town.
Well, Dale was very disappointing. Nothing open but restaurants. So I bought a burger from a very frienly Turk, who told me there was no camping anywhere near. I tried the local guesthouse which turned out to be a flop house, so I went back to the restaurant to see If there were any likely places for a stealth camp. My genial host decided on the ...
... allowed access to the kitchen and living area on the floor above. The highlight of the place was the deck with a view over the Bergen harbor. Glenn gave us an orientation to the town from this bird's eye view...really nice!.
Glenn suggested we take advantage of the unseasonably beautiful weather and take the funicular to the top of Mount Floyen. We changed into shorts and headed down into town before heading up to the top ...
I had a bit of a worry
with fuel consumption over a journey back from Nottingham last week
when I reckoned I had averaged about 13 m.p.g.So I have adjusted the
carburettors and weakened the mixture off a bit.If I keep the revs.
down we might get back to our 16-17 m.p.g.
A little known fact is
that Immingham is the remains of the first attempt to build the
Halogen Collider – you have never seen so many ...