Verdal Hotel AS
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... was the fresh strawberries that a local farmer had for sale in the parking lot. Very juicy and scrumptious.
At the top of the second mountain we crossed we encountered the Troll Road, or the Trollstigen. There is a visitor center at the top of the pass where you can walk out onto an observation platform that overlooks the valley and see the highway zig-zag down the side of the mountain. A little unsettling when ...
... We had a quick stopoff and walk around in the city of Trondheim, then another quick stop in the Norwegian town of Hell. Surprisingly Hell didn’t really resemble any of my previous places of employment, although it wasn’t overly impressive either, just a railway station with a Hell sign on it where Khaleesi stood for her daily pose.
Was really ready for the dinner of hamburgers after the cold weather and rain. ...
Reputedly the northern capital of Norway, Trondheim has a spectacular cathedral that is every inch the dark and foreboding gothic church. The crypt contained a multitude of gravestones, some from as early as 1250-1300 AD, and Robyn found it super enthralling as she was the only person in the whole cavern....spooky or what! Unfortunately, all the museums in town were closed for the day (every Monday during winter). The gift shop at the cathedral was ...
I was heading to the historic wharf area and had perfect clear weather. I'd seen photographs and it was impressive seeing the ...
... were found and as a result a lot more is now known about life in the palace. It was a little town within itself with all sorts of trade going on. There were blacksmiths and wood craftsman, all sorts of things. The archaeological dig found evidence that women and children lived in the palace as well....I'm sure they weren't the archbishops
The palace was a mint at in the 1200's. This worked very nicely for the archbishop as it gave the ...