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glamourprincess Says: There is a small boat/ferry that leaves three times a day from Kragerø town and takes you out to Jomfruland. The trip takes about 30 minutes and the price is about 40 NOK each way. It's a quite new boat where you can sit on the decks on top of the boat and enjoy the view, or...
glamourprincess Says: In the summertime the narrow streets of Kragerø is filled with people and restaurants are packed. 'Kaffe og Juice' (which translated means just Coffee and Juice) is a small and intimate café located in the middle of town, but it's not easy to spot as it is situated away from...
They have "everything". The store is much bigger than what it seems like seeing it from outside. Most of their stuff is related to sea, but they have a lot of other things as well. Truly amazing what you can find there. But be careful when you turn around, especially if you are carrying a backpack, the place is crowded, and you can easily break something.
The building itself is worth a closer look. It is an old marin warehouse. The old timber can be seen here and there, and the floors are sloped :-)
What to buy: Marine relics
What to pay: As much as you please ;-)
Written May 29, 2005
Address: P. A. Heuchs gate