Trondheim Apartment Hotel

Address: Gardemoeans Gate 1 , Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Trondelag, 7041, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gardemoeans Gate 1 , Trondheim, is near Tyholttarnet, Kristiansen Festung, Ringve Museum, and Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum.
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      Morning Exploring Trondheim

      A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... immigrants.

      I was heading to the historic wharf area and had perfect clear weather. I'd seen photographs and it was impressive seeing the ...

      More fjords, naked people and…quiz night!

      A travel blog entry by sarah.mansergh on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... bike use) they have installed a really cool bike lift. . We spent a couple of hours wandering about the fortress and enjoying the summer weather-just like a Norwegian.

      After the rather long day sightseeing around town Seth and I stumbled upon quiz night at a bar near the train station. Sorry to report we didn't get ...

      Moi I rana to trondheim

      A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Aug 09, 2014

      ... at the cars and at around midnight we hearted back to the hotel when we met.. Bill and Ted (if you haven't seen the film. This will mean nothing) These 2 guys one like bill and the other like ted, both with the same mannerisms etc both aged 18 or 19 ever so slightly intoxicated decided to chat to us, with topics of conversation ranging from do you really eat marmite and drink tea all day to explaining that Norway invented the cheese slicer and is there really a ...


      A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 08, 2014

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      ... family visit this residence for State functions and privately. With 140 rooms it is said to be the largest wooden mansion in Norway. The tour took us to 14 of the rooms. The mansion was built for a rich widow in the 1770s but she never lived in it, instead choosing to move to Copenhagen. The Norwegian State bought it in 1800. The Governor used to live in it and the Nazis took it over ...

      From the Medieval to Modern Marvels

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 27, 2013

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      ... streets of this attractive place observing the wooden houses and buildings painted in bright colours, reds, yellows, greys and blues and learnt that there has been a settlement here from Viking times. The present town began in Medieval Norway and this is evident with some of the narrow streets still visible. We drove past the King's Palace when he is in Trondheim which is right in the main street of town. This was the capital for a while.

      We wound ...

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