Blog to Blog | Norway | 26 April 2012
One of the best parts about writing a travel blog is that it inevitably puts you in contact with other travel bloggers all over the world. The other day I received an e-mail from blogger, Cecilie Moestue, from Norway. She was googling information on Hotel Number Sixteen in London, and found ObjectsBlog.
Cecilie asked to use my photographs for her blog post on the hotel, and I happily obliged. Here’s one of them, and a link to her post.
Cecilie, like me, loves to find hotels that are unique, and even, in some cases, unconventional. Her post about an oil tanker hotel in Norway is a great example.
Read what she says, and check out these amazing photos:
“This amazing place to stay is located on Skrova, an island off the Lofoten town of Svolvaer. A Norwegian couple has transformed an oil tank into a modern home over three floors. For you to rent! Read the fascinating story and see more photos on their website Oljetanken.”
Thanks, Cecilie, for showing us more of the world out there. Stay tuned for her guest blog about another fabulous Norwegian hotel!
Photo credit: http://www.oljetanken.no