Stavanger Lille Hotel

Address: Madlaveien 7, Stavanger, Rogaland, Western Fjords, 4008, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Madlaveien 7, Stavanger, is near Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), Museum of Archaeology (Arkeologisk Museum), Utstein Kloster, and Stavanger Museum.
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      Oh the People You Meet, the Places You Go

      A travel blog entry by brookealexandra on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... I'm not sure if he was working on commission, but at least he was nice. At the very least it can serve as a host gift for one of our Couchsurfing stays, or even just something for me and Hannah to enjoy/pregame with (apparently they do that in Norway too). I was asked if I was from Northern Africa by the cashier, apparently based on my last name. I have to say, I have never heard that one before.

      I happened to be that one pain in the ass passenger who ...

      Close Call

      A travel blog entry by nellieva on Aug 28, 2014

      22 photos

      ... else had the same idea. The small port area was now very crowded, as there were already large numbers of people who had gotten off the other two ships which docked before we did. The fact that most of these people were Italian and Russian only made it worse, as they had no inclination to wait in line. Chaos reigned for a short while. Nonetheless, we forced our way forward, picked up our pre-booked ticket and walked onto the ship about 9:55am. ...

      Stavanger, Norway

      A travel blog entry by docdavid on Jun 04, 2014

      7 photos

      ... of the self-inflating resuscitator (which includes the Laerdal bag).

      To foster training in ALS, Laerdal produced an arrhythmia simulator in 1968! This underwent a number of modifications, up to the present Heartsim. Of course, the most advanced mannikin is the renowned Sim-Man. In my opinion, he looks like an adult version of the Resusci-Junior - I wonder if he looks like the present-day Jon Laerdal??


      Week 11 has hit the scene.

      A travel blog entry by lesliegugger on Apr 24, 2014

      12 photos

      ... this is pathetic and feel sorry for me but when your from the country, things like this are equivalent to Princess Kate having a baby and naming it George, unsurprising but still a huge bloody deal. Went to the top deck where we read, played cards, admired the view and chatted away. Surprising that after a month we still have loads to talk about. Ate dinner, then we both started to feel queazy as the boat started to rock, so we headed to the room, had showers and got ready to immerse ...

      From the Pulpit

      A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Apr 22, 2014

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      ... exhibits, such as dropping down the emergency chute and trying to find my way out of a pitch black corridor of hallways that simulate an emergency situation. Move out of the way kids....grown man coming through. After the museum, we hung around the harbor for a while before walking up the hill to Gamle, the historic quarter. This is the area of the town where the first houses were constructed and where the affluent now reside. It only consists ...