Clarion Collection Hotel Skagen Brygge
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... We'd seen these homes at many stops during our trip, and the guide explained that they hardly ever go on the market; rather, they're held by the same families for generations.
The highlight of the tour was when we turned into the Lylesford, which though wider than the fjords we'd left the day before, was equally as beautiful. At several spots, the pulled the boat directly up to the cliffs. On one point we pulled up to a small herd of goat ...
... 8217;m stopped here for the night, even though it’s taken me over my daily
budget (I had to fill up with petrol twice as I’ve driven over 200 miles
today!) But hey, the campsite has Wi-Fi, so it’s not all lost.
Tomorrow, I’ll go back up the mountain, and head in a
different direction (it will take about 3 hours I reckon to go back up and over
... could make up some crazy story about the fight till the death. I'd lose to a fish but better than a hunk of wood. Anyways, where was I? Oh that's right, we parted from the musicians and the killer bass and hopped on our 8 hour train ride to Stavanger from Oslo. Started a screenplay, read books, listened to music, annoyed other people with the artists we choice to belt out along to, Miley Cyrus and Celine Dion. Had a blast! Who knew being in a train for so many hours say after day ...
... on the trip, and, was comparatively cheap (about $12 USD). 22 April 2014: I got to check off one of those "1000 things to see before you die" sites today as we made the trip out to Preikelstolen (Pulpit Rock), a sheer overhanging cliff that drops 680 meters (that's over 100 stories) straight down to the deep blue waters of Lysefjord below. No guard rail, no barriers, no problem. You've probably seen photos of people sitting down with their feet dangling ...
... allowing for a good nights sleep.
Woke up late and enjoyed the hotel's inclusive all you can eat breakfast. Then it was time for a little more exploring starting at the petroleum museum, a great place for everything oil (100NOK), very well done. After the museum we walked to old Stavanger, very narrow streets and old houses. Ended the day with some lamb shawarma at Shawarma Cairo, which was delicious and ...