Turtagro Hotel

Address: 55 Sognefjellet, Luster, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Fjords, 6877, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 55 Sognefjellet, Luster.
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        Glacier hiking

        A travel blog entry by sojanet on Aug 04, 2014

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        ... teenagers this time. I could see the glacier from afar, and it was crazy! For some reason I thought glaciers were like icebergs, but no, they are ice on/in between mountains. So I'll be hiking that thing...!

        We had an hour to kill before the bus to the glacier left. There was a French pair from our hostel who were super approachable. I couldn't tell if they were ...

        Some more biking!

        A travel blog entry by sojanet on Aug 03, 2014

        4 photos

        ... capture the epicness of the landscape with my iPhone. So one interesting thing about backpacking in different places around the world is that you encounter different types of people. I mean, all hostels everywhere get all kinds of people, but there are definitely certain types that are prevalent in certain places. Like South America has a lot of solo travelers and hippies from America and Europe. Western Europe has groups of young kids from western countries. Norway, ...

        Biking on the "romantic road"

        A travel blog entry by sojanet on Aug 02, 2014

        14 photos

        ... headed to the dock to catch the 11am ferry to Urnes, a village (I'm using that term very loosely), across the fjord. They have a 12th century church that is an UNESCO world heritage site. It looked haunted and burnt... There were flood lights and cameras and fire extinguishers all over, so I guess it's like a national treasure. Also on the ferry were Dutch tourists in cars and German tourists who came by a big bus. There was also a group of Norwegians ...

        Climbing out of the fjords

        A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 06, 2014

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        ... cup of coffee with no refill. Trying to catch a ferry is a national sport/frustration. When we blithely rolled into Sjolden we learned another. You can't buy bread or milk or any grocery items on a Sunday. Mabe back in the big city if Sogndal, butnot in any little town. We were out of bread and had been buying lunch fixings on the go, so we weren't all that prepared for this little lesson. Even the gas station we stopped at didn't have white milk ...

        Skjolden Norway!

        A travel blog entry by bekiwightman on Sep 03, 2013

        5 photos

        ... to have a lie in each morning so far! I say that, although when we port our cabin is right next to ... Well god knows what, anchor, the ropes to keep us in port i don't know but it makes a bloody right noise! Eurghhh! Apart from that I can't complain! I don't really know what else to tell you! Apart from I'm having a great time so far :-) seriously on countdown to Caribbean though oh yeahhhh ;) ...