Hurtigrutens Hus

Address: PO Box 413, Stokmarknes, Hadsel Municipality, Nordland, Northern Norway, N - 8455 , Norway | Hotel
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      Day 17 - Lofoten

      A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 10, 2014

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      First thing on the list today was a trip to Svolvaer - the biggest town on Lofoten. I had worked out that with the infrequent buses I could have about an hour there and still make it to the Viking festival in Borg - an hour in the other direction. Being Sunday, it wasn't the best time to look around as most things were closed, but I had a quick wander round the centre of town near the harbour and then sat for a bit in a bakery with a kanelbolle (cinnamon roll) and a coffee. I ...

      Day 16 - Lofoten

      A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... re set. Having arrived at about 1pm I had planned on setting up my tent then heading off into Svolvaer for the afternoon, but there are only two or three buses a day so I ended up spending the afternoon down here. I made myself some lunch, went for a walk along the coast and sat up on a rock reading a book. I think I've tried to see as much as possible so I found it a little frustrating at first, knowing that I'm heading home on Wednesday, but I think ...

      Walk to a glacier

      A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 06, 2014

      11 photos

      ... and so the captain is rushing to get to port so he can refuel early. There will be then a visit to museums and the like.

      Had dinner with the Scottish guy who is heading up a group of travellers called ‘scots abroad’ it isn’t that but it is something witty. He was talking about Scotland’s independence and the Irish ‘problem’ and other issues. He was all for the republic and seemed to know what the ...

      A wonderful road of ice

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 24, 2014

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      ... a massive meal what looks like chicken and all together with a glass of water. It sure was windy out here but with all my bike gear I was fine. This meal was one of the best I have had on this whole trip and was certainly not expensive for what it was which is unusual for Norway. Food just about finished and the kind waitress delivers my coffee. When I saw the picture of the coffee on the menu it looked like a great big mugful and i really was looking forward ...

      Day 9: 1 hour on land.

      A travel blog entry by luckydux on Nov 28, 2012

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      This day was spent mostly on board but for one hour in the afternoon we docked in Stokmarknes and my parents, brother, and his girlfriend Tracy went on land to view the museum. When something is offered for free in Norway you jump on it! As I have mentioned before the prices here are exorbinant. We are shocked, again and again, at what things cost. From a simple soda to a plain meal. It is very expensive to be a tourist in Norway and I have, by now, ...