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Pictured: The gulls in their nests built on the building<br />
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This hotel may not provide a tranquil getaway - because it has also become home to hundreds of gulls.  The staggering photos show hundreds of kittiwakes, which have all set up nests on the roof of the guest house on the island of Rost, in Norway.<br />
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The gulls traditionally settle on sea cliffs, but these have decided to set up camp at Karoy Rorbucamping, which was first used as a hotel for fisherman working in the area but is now run by the Olsen family with rooms for visiting tourists.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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