Travel Blogs from Verdal
... house (huge and loads of facilities would be great for guides Linda) and sat on the leather sofas in the common room and got this blog up to date. And so to bed, a bed with a warm, clean quilt and bedding and a heated towel rail to dry my washing. Well more adventures tomorrow folks, this really is becoming an adventure - never knowing quite what is going to happen the next day. Hope you haven't all got bored reading it yet? Take care and night night ...
... for Christmas. We have spent most of the day eating Christmas sweets, drinking coffee (or tea for me) and talking. Or as most people either can't speak English or are too afraid to look silly attempting to speak English just smile at me :)
tonight we have conditions that means we might see the northern nights! Fingers crossed!!
... to hell" before stopping at the train station. It turns out that in Norwegian Hell means luck and Gods Expedition means Cargo Handling. Peta did not find my Byrne in Hell joke all that funny (I thought it was pretty genius). On the way out we listened to “Bat out of hell”. At the campsite we had an awesome dinner in the freezing ...
We were becoming a big group of Filipino engineers in Trondheim at that time, working in different disciplines all for the oil and gas industry. As we are able to borrow our company cabin in the ...
Instead of returning south via the main E6 again we took the much more interesting coastal route south by using a series of Fjord crossings. Basically the coast road in this region is made up of short stretches joined by a series of ferry crossings, about 4 in all and very picturesque. However, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed