Stjordal Hotel

Address: Kongsgatan 1, Stjordal, Nord-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 7500, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kongsgatan 1, Stjordal.
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Travel Blogs from Stjordal

Trondheim - Day 1

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 15, 2014

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... homeless. At least I put some coin in the donations box so I can feel good about that one. Next stop was the Royal palace. A big wooden house in the centre of was closed. Beginning to get worried that Trondheim may be closing down on me. Trip advisor had recommended a garden next to the palace called Stiftsgarden. It was nice but small, definitely no Tiergarten I made my way to the public library. When excavating the ground for this library they found ...

Day 13 - Trondheim

A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 06, 2014

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... interactions with complete strangers (I am the weirdo on the bus), but there's something about being able to discuss the important things with people you care about that I can't go for too long without. There are phone calls and texts, but it doesn't feel the same as being in the same room. I'm also missing hugs (feel free to be a little bit sick in your mouth any time now because I'm starting to sound like an awful greetings card)- I know a handful of people who I can rely on for ...

Strolling through Trondheim

A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 25, 2014

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... small city and you can easily walk everything. Even though we were a bit disorganized we criss crossed the city from one end to another and back and so on. Nevertheless we think we have seen most of it.
The old fiskemarket which is no more than a fish shop and annex restaurant that closes already at 4 pm. In between we walked passed the Stiftsgarden, which is a residence of the king. We spend quite some ...

The Atlantic Road

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jun 09, 2014

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... be photographed. The coastline beforehand was quite picturesque as well. We found a wee town on the coast as well that had A frames for drying fish. The sun was making a showing at this time and it made a nice spot for a late lunch. From here it was a drive to Kristiansund then onwards to ...

Up North

A travel blog entry by lynrobinson on Aug 23, 2013

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... logs, burnt to release protective resin and sod roofs probably weren't comfortable. At todays prices luxury is the ubiquitous copper guttering, downpipes and utensils. Fresh from my DIY house painting experience I note a couple scraping away layers of paint in the bright sunshine. They tell me lead is not a worry, here they have always used environmentally friendly linseed oil. Uncomfortably hot we take refuge in a tiny cafe with a ...