St. Svithun Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... outside of the terminal (110 NKK) and I was able to pay by credit card, since I have not changed my currency yet. I am now using the Norwegian Krone (better for me than the Danish Krone). The journey took about 20 minutes through winding roads on beautiful sunny clear sky day….12 degrees Celsius. Nice!
My hotel is located near the bus/train station – which was a convenient 5 minute walk up a small ...
... bus to Stavanger is called the Kystbussen and includes 2 ferry trips. It is an express bus but still takes 5 hours in total. But the trip is nice and especially the boat trips.
Stavanger is bigger than I thought and I got lost on the way to my hostel but a Dutch girl and some Norwegians were helpful and I finally got there. Mosvangen is a also a camping ground but very far from the centre but easy to find by ...
Sadly the forecast was right. It was raining this morning and tomorrow morning was looking the same. However, the rain was forecast to be lessening after 11 and then stopping by lunchtime. We decided therefore to take a chance and try to get to see the famous Preikestolen or Pulpit Rock, the iconic view of Norway's fjordland that everyone has seen, people standing on the edge of a sheer drop with the lovely Lysefjord 600m below. The basic idea is that you take a ferry into ...
... the entry fee for the sardine canning factory, well we couldn’t not go and we’re glad we did, it was fascinating, particularly old footage taken at the turn of the 20th century, showing the whole process from catching to shipping. Really good and Julie will enjoy in due course, a tin of 'sardines’ bought from the museum.
On the way back to the boat, we were surprised to find a relic from Anthony Gormley’s exhibition here from ...
... us, it was hard not to stop and take pictures every 2 seconds. We got passed several times, but we enjoyed our leisurely pace up, while taking in all of the scenery. It was a moderately intense hike. Some parts were more level, while other parts involved fairly steep ascents. When we finally reached the top, the view was beyond words.
We were lucky; because we hiked in the off-season, there weren't too many people. I ...