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The Seattle Gastropub Experience

For many, living in Seattle has as much to do with what's outside the city proper as what's inside. Less than an hour from downtown, residents escape for the day or weekend to wineries, ski resorts, hiking trails, and sprawling parks. Seattleites bring that love of nature into the city proper as much as possible, enjoying Seattle's parks and tree-lined streets while staying cozy in fleece jackets (practically the local uniform).

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The Oslo Gastropub Experience

Neighborhoods that used to be semi-abandoned are becoming hip. More bars and restaurants are opening every year. In the midst of it all, creative endeavors like SALT, a nomadic festival that combines art and music with sauna culture, feel right at home in Oslo’s current state of awakening. 

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Boutique Hotel Stavanger

If you think like a Viking, and with your stomach, you should turn your gaze and your interest to Stavanger. Norway’s fourth biggest city leads the field in a number of areas.

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Boutique Hotel Oslo

Oslo has been around since 1,000 CE. But a fire burned the city in 1624, so it practically had to be rebuilt – with the Akershus fortress as the only medieval building standing until today. 

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Boutique Hotel Seattle

For many, living in Seattle has as much to do with what's outside the city proper as what's inside. Less than an hour from downtown, residents escape for the day or weekend to wineries, ski resorts, hiking trails, and sprawling parks. Seattleites bring that love of nature into the city proper as much as possible, enjoying Seattle's parks and tree-lined streets while staying cozy in fleece jackets (practically the local uniform).

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The Stavanger Gastropub Experience

Stavanger`s status as ‘ the food capital’ is much more tempting. There are lots of culinary landmarks in Stavanger, offering high-quality produce and restaurants that have gained the recognition of national and international gourmets. Stavanger was, in fact, the first city, outside Stavanger, to be awarded a Michelin star. 

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Boutique Hotel Trondheim

Founded by Vikings as a trading post in 997 AD, Trondheim is one of Norway’s oldest cities, and one of its largest. Located on a peninsula it enjoys a relatively mild maritime climate (by northern European standards, of course). 

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Granada Real Estate

For many, living in Seattle has as much to do with what's outside the city proper as what's inside. Less than an hour from downtown, residents escape for the day or weekend to wineries, ski resorts, hiking trails, and sprawling parks. Seattleites bring that love of nature into the city proper as much as possible, enjoying Seattle's parks and tree-lined streets while staying cozy in fleece jackets (practically the local uniform).

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The Bergen Gastropub Experience

With its 260 000 inhabitants and 30,000 students, Bergen is a lively city with a lot to offer within culture, music, theatre, and nightlife. Bergen is easy to get to, from the rest of Norway and from abroad, thanks to non-stop flights such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London, Paris, and Stockholm. 

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The Trondheim Gastropub Experience

Trondheim also boasts a vibrant cultural life and despite its size, its historic city center still feels intimate. And, the city is well known for its many festivals, a variety of excellent restaurants as well as music and art scene. 

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Boutique Hotel Bergen

Bergen is the second-largest city in Norway and is an international city with small-town charm and atmosphere. As a World Heritage City and as The Gateway to the Fjords of Norway – Bergen has attracted visitors for more than 900 years.