Lofoten Suite Hotel

Address: Havnepromenaden 2 , Svolvaer, Nordland, North Norway, 8300, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Havnepromenaden 2 , Svolvaer, is near Svolvaer and its environs.
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Travel Blogs from Svolvaer

Loving Lofoten

A travel blog entry by jeanetteandpat on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... check the Happiness Index), not everyone takes their happy pills every day. In particular some people ( not most, just occasionally) working in hospitality could have been a bit more pleasant. We think this is because, as labour costs are very high(ie people are paid well) the converse is they keep minimal staff, and so people in service jobs are worked off their feet. Having said that, nearly everyone was very friendly, and helpful. . The arctic wind. Surprisingly ...

A wonderful road of ice

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 24, 2014

9 photos

... the ice shelve and using rocks and stones I managed to get onto the first island and get some great photos. However getting onto the second island was not going to be as easy as the first and the only way was to walk across the ice!! Do I risk this I asked myself!! Sure enough this ice was solid and I simply made my way across this solid mass of ice and onto the second island where I again got some great shots. Of course now I knew this ice was so solid I ...

You won't see this in Sunny Sawtell (or in Oz)

A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Mar 30, 2014

1 comment

... since eaten fresh cod for two dinners, and the flesh is beautiful. Perhaps it is supply and demand, but the cod was not expensive - 2.5kg weighing in at 50 NOK (around AUD10).

Despite a bitingly cold wind and quite a good fall of snow, the fishing went on. We've not yet worked outhow to download our photos onto this blog, so the pictures are still some indeterminate period of time away - please don't try holding your breath, we'd hate to hear our friends and family have ...

A place of incredible beauty

A travel blog entry by troyrowe on Oct 24, 2013

8 photos

... effectively at the base of the highest mountains towering over the town and began shooting away with the eagerness of an Asian tourist! After getting my bridge shoots I proceeded to run from location to location trying to find the best photography spots... all the more challenging when Im skating across the icy roads in my completely inappropriate runners!

Once the sun was up I set myself to climb up the tallest mountain looking over the town. ...

Ice magic

A travel blog entry by sonia72 on Jan 09, 2013

10 photos

... Yep, those animals could easily eat me for breakfast.

Then I went for a walk around the town which was very quiet, practically dead, but I think that most people were indoors. It's an area known for fishing, particularly cod, hence the drying racks dotted around the coast. They also have salmon farms as wild ones are becoming impossible to find, unlike in Finland.

There was quite a large World War 2 museum near the docks ...