Hotel Panorama, which can be found on a steep asphalt slope from the center square, allows you to observe the city and, more importantly, all of the amazingly green surrounding mountains. The room was more spacious that we were used to, even if you could tell it had been a while since its last renovations.
The hotel also has a good restaurant with an amazing Risotto al Porcini.
We stopped at Kolašin in a guest house which cost us €30 (including breakfast) for a large and beautiful room overlooking the brown river. A large sign with the word “Rooms” on an orange house led us from the center of town to the guest house. The owner spoke French so I was able to communicate with him.
We continued to Lovran which is 5 km from Opatija and spent the night in a tiny apartment, owned by seasoned Italians who recognized we were from Israel, and wanted €50 for place. It was raining cats and dogs so we all agreed to take it instead of searching on. When the rain stopped we went down to the nearby bay with the beautiful rocks.
From there we managed to hitchhike to southern comfort horse ranch which also had a camping site. We rode horses, played some pool, and the place was nice and quiet with good atmosphere.
The only issue with this place is that the only way to leave it is with the Baz Bus.
We got to Huraraz in the dark before sunrise, and got a taxi to El Tambo hostel (https://www.facebook.com/HostelElTamboHuaraz), 10 Sol for a bed (May 2013) which was very nice, with a shared shower (and Boiler), shared kitchen room and a TV room observing the mountains. When I was there a couple of Europeans managed it, among them a French lady named Juliet, it's possible they change management every once in a while.
Right after we finished walking we went for our pre booked place Abisko Mountain Lodge (http://www.abiskomountainlodge.se/en/). Turns out they have four cabins. Each cabin cost 950 krone. The cabin was equipped with kitchen and toilet but the shower was in the shared main building, few steps of distance - nothing to worry about.
From Molde we continued toward Åndalsnes, and passed on the way Romsdalsfjord from the north and south banks - the view was pretty. We stayed at Åndalsnes Camping which was right near the green colored Romsdal fjord, in front a tall mountain with a cloud in its peak. We ate bean soup and meatballs that we cooked and we immediately went for an evening drive toward Dombås.
The living room was spacious with a large table and a well equipped kitchen. We paid 895 krone, and it's very recommended.