Sandviken Brygge Hotel

Sandviksveien 94, Bergen, Hordaland, Western Fjords, 5035, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Sandviken area of Bergen, is near Bergenhus Festning, Gamle Bergen Museum, Bergen Museum, and Lysoen and Ole Bull's Villa.
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    Love Bergen

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... try it later, and started wondering the neighborhoods around the harbor. I wanted to see the aquarium, so we walked in that direction. Half way there, we ran into another older couple who just came from that direction. They did not think the area where the aquarium was had anything interesting to see, so we decided to turn back - we had seen some of the best aquariums in the world (Baltimore, Singapore, etc.), and it would be hard to beat those, plus Bob was not too keen on going. The ...


    A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 19, 2014

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    Well Bergen is a gem. I had only heard of its association with rain and snow and so had expected a dismal place. But no. This town is vibrant and beautiful. Really could have done with a two day stop. The Hanseatic League trading houses line the old port. Very colourful deep ochres - reds and gold. High fronted and staved dating to the 16th century and used for trading cod for grain from Russia. Now a ...

    Back in Honefoss

    A travel blog entry by pbradham on Jun 15, 2014

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    Today we woke up the hostel around 9am. I paid for the breakfast at the hostel because I was pretty hungry. I filled up on cereal, lunch meats and yogurt. I was even able to make a sandwich and sneak it away so I could save it for lunch. Erick and I walked around Bergen for about 2 hours until we got worn out. We hung out with the group at the fish market for a bit during lunch. We then decided to go back to the hostel and hang out and wait ...


    A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... for them. In a grassy area two young men were showing the children how to fire a long bow. Tom (and another man) was delighted to be given the chance to participate. Tom was told to fire low so he didn't fire the arrow over the stone wall, making it had to retrieve, or into the wall which would break it. So he carefully hit the grass a few feet in front of him.

    Our next stop, Haakon’s Hall was originally built by a King in the ...

    In Odd We Trust

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... where the first merchants set up their homes, businesses, and warehouses in the 12th century. It consists of several wooden buildings built side by side along the waterfront, some leaning at, what appears to be, precarious angles. Due to several fires, Bryggen has burned to the ground and been rebuilt many times. The current buildings date from just after the 1702 fire. It's a strange dichotomy to see modern shops that have taken up residence in these ...