If you have planned a shopping day on Saturday, don't hesitate to take the FREE bus to IKEA and Kvadrat. You dont have to pay anything ... I have mentioned this already two times, isn't it?":))
This bus is going from the Busterminalen on Saturdays only, at every hr (starting at 10:00) and in 15-20 minutes only you can be at IKEA, 30 minutes to Kvadrat, in the best way you can imagine.
If you want to do some overtime and you are working in Forus, this is the easies way to go there in weekend...this is how I have discovered the bus actually :))
I am sure that next weeke the bus will be full, just because of my posted tip. If so...don't forget to give me some stars for my advice ;)
A lot of people are using their motorbikes to come around for a short and noisy trip... Especially with Harley Davidson, nice ones...
You may do the same but...what's with your hair? You have to do something with it isn't it?
I was wondering if they are loosing the hair only because of the speed or… it may be a disease?! :))))
If you are going to Norway (and Stavanger) from Europe, you will have to take the ferryboat from Denmark to Kristiansand.
The roads in Norway are narrow but generally in very good conditions.
Speed limit-80 km/hr on “motorway” and 50 in the cities…
The fuel is not so expensive, prices about average in Europe…
If you are first time in Stavanger and coming by plane at Sola airport, it may be useful to know that you can pay for a Flybus ticket to the main hotels 80 NOK (less than 10 Euro) and the taxi will be around 400 NOK.
The flyght bus is available almost in all big cities in Norway and they are fast and safe...
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