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TravelPod Member ReviewsStav Hotel Hommelvik
The Stav is a handy and comfortable abode between the airport and downtown. The price is fair and the food is great. The included evening buffet is a real cost saving, The fjord view from the dining room is always spectacular.
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We had a fast start because our sleeping place sucked so much, breakfast at a good viewing point with porridge, lunch break with fishing, pass Trondheim accidentally, Camp beautifully at the sea, fish with mussles as bait, help Norwegians not lose their car in the ...
... is lined with expensive shops and trendy bars, and found a little evening cafe with higgeldy piggeldy furniture and embroidered cushions that does hot apple cake and cocoa, which I'm currently enjoying. My train leaves at 11:30, so I'm filling the time by planning my Lofoten adventure (probably the most challenging part of my journey so far in terms of logistics) and making a "pros and cons" list regarding moving to Norway: Current city of choice: Trondheim Pros: it's like the ...
... Watching the adverts is also quite interesting. A lot of food comes in a tube. An interesting one with regard to language - a mother is giving a small child food of some kind, then the father comments on it. He's obviously saying something about how healthy said food is (it seems to be fish paste of some kind) and the mother shushes him and switches to English saying "I have to switch to English to talk about how healthy it is because if she ...
... Steve suddenly realised he had forgotten
to put the oil cap back on - whoops! Drove slowly back looking for it but
couldn't find it, so after half an hour faffing around, we decided to keep our
eye on the warning lights and carry on.
The road we went on today was over one of the highest mountain
ranges in Europe. Stunning scenery yet again, and the temperature dropped to 2
degrees! Brrrrr! We had sunshine, sleet & a little bit ...
Its the 1st of May and Trondheim is closed and when I say closed its a complete shutdown.We got off board and had a walk round an almost deserted city. Quite nice.The most stunning sight is the Cathedral which - you guessed it - was closed (unless you had gone on the organised excursion by bus). I suppose the Cathedral is Lutheran up here.(Whats that Fr.Michael?There's somebody hammering on the door?)
We sat last night ...