Clarion Collection Hotel Skagen Brygge
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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Today was a travel day to Norway via SAS Airlines. Getting the train to the Copenhagen Airport was really quick and easy – took about 20 minutes and only cost about $7. There are wheels everywhere, even at the airport. The airport staff are on bikes, scooters, push carts – all wheelin' around. Very cool.
Hopped on a little prop plane for the 1 hour 20 minute flight to Stavanger, Norway. The plane had a B.O. ...
... This evening we attended a Welcome Back reception for returning cruisers that included a performance by a balancing act duo who were very good. They combine the grace of dance with the strength of acrobatics.
We closed out the evening with the production show, Vibe*ology performed by the cruise ship’s singers, dancers and band. It was a nice mix of songs from the 60s to 90s and the costumes were pretty ...
... computer store and gave up, as despite his promises, he hadn't touched it. Hopefully I'll get it fixed in Bergen. I posted a note on the Blog site in the title field, warning people that there wouldn’t be any blogs for a while. Sadly and unfortunately, I didn’t realise that if you don’t add any text in the body of the blog, then it won’t show ...
... was another decline. Not a disappearance, in that today, sprats are caught and shipped to Poland for processing (lower labour costs) but the sprat industry is to all intents and purposes gone from Stavanger. Enter stage right – the oil industry and once again, the town was saved. It became and is today, the centre for constructing and servicing the offshore platforms and submerged oil extraction units that have replaced them. Here they built a platform that weighed ...
... it forward, we turned around and picked him up, after making sure our wallets and backpacks were up front of course (we are Americans after all, not naturally trusting). This was a pretty big first for me. Our hitchhiker, Julien, ended up being French. I guess we picked a good second language to learn, because during this trip we have met a lot of French people so far. His English was quite good as well, however, and we had a nice ...