St. Svithun Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... directly at Vincent's apartment, where we finally got to meet our host. I probably didn't make the best first impression, as I bolted up the stairs to grab the bottle of wine for Thomas, as a thank you gift for taking us to the waterfall. I quickly told Vincent hello, and that I would be right back to give him a proper greeting. Thomas seemed like he really appreciated the wine, and Hannah and I were beyond grateful that he had been kind enough to take us ...
... confirmation. I had to buzz and get the attendant to come out. She took another card number as security so I didn't know if I was going to get charged twice for the room which in Norway is not cheap at $100/nite!.
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... refund or a bus ride to Stavanger to pick up the ship there. Stavanger is a port town in SW Norway with nothing else really to recommend it that we could see. Anyhow, the 5 hour ride there would have us back in Denmark on time, so there was really only ONE choice. We piled onto the bus and made the best of the trip – which, ironically, included two fjord crossings by ferry! It was an ordeal – assuming that there has to be a ...
... a view other than the halter tops? We have used descriptions like ‘Astounding, Gob-Smacking’ etc in the past but this was OMG +++. The drop we were walking just less than a metre away from we later found out to be 604 metres. It is called Pulpit Rock at the top because it is a flat ledge about 100m by 100m with an inward curved supporting cliff below it giving it the appearance of a pulpit overlooking the fjord below.
... our waiter was Greek. I'll leave you to think about that. The table next to us had a picture perfect family. Rich, well dressed, lawyers, accountants and doctors. Mother wearing pearls wouldn't expect anything less, Father with a freshly pressed, brand new tailored suit complete with cuff links holding a logo unrecognizable to the common working class person. The daughter like straight out of a lawyers weekly magazine, grey pencil skirt, pumps, glasses, the works. ...