Strandebarm Fjord Hotel

Address: Strandebarmsvegen 276, Strandebarm, Hordaland, Western Fjords, N5630, Norway | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Strandebarmsvegen 276, Strandebarm.
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Travel Blogs from Strandebarm

Cold. Wet. Bergen

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Feb 19, 2015

... a girl of with my British silent stAre. She thinks it ok to chatter top of her voice in a train cartridge full of sleeping people. I don't. She goes. Everyone is happy. I have somehow lost my wallet , the lady behind me tells me half an hour after she notices it further down the train. The guard announces in English he has my wallet. The whole twain now knows my name. This trip is endless. I am very grateful when it arrives in ...

"NORDIC HEIDI"

A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Dec 27, 2014

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... Al Station about 1/2 way.....scenery getting better by the minute!! still -14C 1157 Ascending to 1400m above sea level and the views are staggering. Frozen lakes, mountains, little houses almost covered in snow! 1350 Voss - a balmy -8C! We are some 100km from Bergen. More people pile into the buffet car where we have been perched looking out of the windows at the winter wonderland. This is the domain of "Nordic Heidi" a strapping lass who cheerfully ...

Norway in a nutshell

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 16, 2014

... again, then 30 seconds later we were in another tunnel. We were greeted by a large troll at Voss railway station, before we were ushered down the steps covered in 1cm of ice to the waiting buses. These took us to Gudvangen via winding roads among changing autumn trees, passing lakes, valleys and mountains along the way. And no tunnels. At Gudvangen we had a little bit of time to inspect the surroundings before boarding a boat for the highlight of the day, a ...

Exploring Bergen!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Aug 06, 2014

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Walked around Bergen for like 8 hours. There's the tourist area, then the residential area. Every souvenir shop sells the same things, and the books in the shops are sold for half the price in the local shops a few blocks inland. Seriously, sooo many tourists! A lot of Japanese, Americans, Germans, and even Spanish ...

Museums & Funicular

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 31, 2014

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... many years until international competition put the pottery out of business. Later we took the Funicular up the mountain. It is a cable system, great for tourists as well as the many residents who live on the slopes. We stopped at a Starbucks which serves the same blends as in North America, however, the price is more than double. We also saw a Macdonald's without the Golden Arches on prominent ...