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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ullensvang Lofthus
This hotel is set in an incredible location. There are no other hotels like it in the area. The grounds and pool are great. Food at dinner and breakfast were disappointing and not in line with the rest of the hotel.
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Friday 6th June
We were very lucky, and had no rain during the night, however, when we got up there were heavy grey clouds in the sky, so we did a really quick pack up, and made it just in time before the rain started. Decided to drive out of Bergen and try to find a covered picnic table to have breakfast at, rather than trying to make do in the car, but due to one or two navigational errors – a bit of confusion between ...
... br> and then in behind the water so one could kind of stand in a cave behind the
Onwards I head into the town and soon see a little Italian take away
restaurant and after ordering a large burger and chips its down to the edge of
the lake to sit in the boiling sun and eat my dinner.
It really was boiling now and according to my temp gauge it was 24 Celsius.
what a change from just a few days ago in Finland.
Burger eaten I ...
... 8217; was one of these. It involved 22km out and back trip to another thrilling geological formation. Guidebooks varied from 8 to 12 hour round trip. The local information center assured as of a relatively easy 8 hours. We threw on the shants and set off. It was the first kilometer that made us re-think the Norwegians ‘easy’. We were picturing a nice level path and really here it is considered easy if the trail is marked with some sort ...
Wednesday 11th August:
So I'm about a week and a half behind on this blog and I want to get up to date so here goes.....
Last Wednesday was a massive day. This was the run down:
1. Catch a 7 hour train to Bergen
2. Find a place to stay.
Sounds simple enough. The train trip was awesome, one of the best train journeys I'm ever likely to take, the scenery was amazing and when I get a chance to upload photos (hopefully later, but I want to get all ...
... kind of a cross between a bear and an otter, oh and a big flat tail out the back.
A family of beavers! That’s so sweet. But it also meant competition for the fish! Joel can always blame the beavers for not catching any. But in this case, he can blame them for taking all the big ones. Leaving us with perhaps 3 illegal little fishies for our dindins. They were so fun to watch thought through the binoculars Joel’s mum gave ...