41 rooms all very nice. You can enjoy traditional 'smorgas' in cafe Scala in the hotel. Fully...more
In november it rains, so if traviling to Moss then. Pack accordingly. You can buy everything there but at 3 times more the price than the UK. There is so many photo oppertunatise. Overkill on your memory cards. I use SD. Theres lots of water. A towel will be great. Grab a copy of 'visit MOSS' At the airport or the Tourist Infomation Center....more
Brekke Sluices are ideal for a short stop. You can walk to the sluices and take the stair along them. It is impressive to see so many single sluices attached to eachother forming a huge cascade. The sluices are Northern Europes highest!The facts:Built from 1921 to 1924Height of Sluices: 26.6 meterLength of Sluices: 30 meterWidth: 7.4 meterVolume:...more
Langbrygga 1, Halden, 1767, Norway
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Families
The fortifications are located quite high above town on a strategic position. It was in 1660 that King Frederik III. of Denmark and Norway gave the order to build the fortifications as a protection against the troops of the neighboring Sweden. It took 40 years to finish the construction which was planned by the Dutch Willem Coucheron. The...more
We went to visit Kanalmuseet (Ørje, Norway) with high expectations and interest. But the museum turned out to be an absolute disappointment. It seemed so obvious that this museum is a victim of extreme neglect. The display was inadequate in just one small room with some meaningless junk. And that’s it. It looked like nobody takes care of it. Norwegian was the only language used in the text description in the museum, even though the visitors are mostly foreigners from many different countries like ourselves. It wasn’t worth 40 Norwegian crowns at all. The girl at the reception spoke only Norwegian, even though I spoke English to her, as if taking money is her only job there. In my country, people cannot get a job at the museum without a multilingual background and without proper education.