Thon Hotel Bristol Bergen
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThon Hotel Bristol Bergen
Central location 10min walk from station 5min to fish market, standard quality good breakfast though.
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We had two nights in Bergen specifically to spend a day doing the Flam railway and Fjord cruise.
This is world famous and was very crowded with Chinese and Japanese tourists plus the 24 of us.
When going to Norway this is a must see
We caught the train to Myrdal which is on the main …
Sue's antibiotics have worked their magic. We are pleased she got well in time to enjoy the long-anticipated train ride between Oslo and Bergen. The seven and a half hour journey was about 500km long and reached an altitude of 1,300m. It is the highest train ride in Europe and boasts 84 tunnels and long sections of avalanche shelters. Interestingly you can hire a bike at Finse (altitude 1,222km) and ride it downhill through the alpine landscape for about ...
... meal as well. Bergen is a very picturesque little harbour City. It's easy to wonder around the whole place, & really get a sense of the place. The weather has been a bit hit & miss. We've been caught out in the rain once. Thankfully it was after we had been on the funicular to the lookout over the city, & walked backed down on a forest path. It was actually sunny when we were up ...
... our first night as it was a discounted price and meant we didn't have to check out in between. It wasn't worth the extra money though. Although the room was pretty big, and cute kind of attic style, it had beams sticking out in really bad spots and I hit myself on them a couple of times and Dylan too. We relaxed for a bit and looked at things to do in Bergen then went out at 5:20 to do some sightseeing. Bergen is "The Gateway to the Fjords ...
Bryggen is the historic area of Hanseatic commercial buildings on the mediaeval wharf of the city. These colourful, wooden-faced buildings are a famous image of the city, on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979.
Hanseatic Museum and Schotstuene
This is one of the buildings in Bryggen. It is a wooden building dating from ...