Hamar Hostel Vikingskipet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Paal Mork, daughter Siri). Kristian's brother Martin and his wife Synnove, his niece Mona (daughter of Terje), his sister Liv (also called Vesla;means little girl). Kristian's sister in law Aslaug (wife of Kjell) and her daughter Trine. Nils (son of Liv), his Swedish wife Åsa, their twin daughters Ida & Madelen and older daughter Emma. And of course the girl of the day Ragnhild and the rest of the Østberg household: Kristian, Erna, ...
... and yes, there was food. Score! Some parts (the trivia in particular) were targeted more toward the Norwegian students, but whatever. I had a great time. Afterwards, Griffin, Ashley, Bjorn, and myself hastily packed our bags and caught the train to Bjorn's house in Brumunddal, about 100 miles north of Moss. Despite our efforts, we arrived at the train station just as our train was leaving. Argh! Luckily, it was only a 45 minute wait ...
... She had to take care of the horse each day, getting up early to bring “Mira” in from the pasture and feed and groom her. She had to learn a lot about horse care, and took a written test at the end of the week to get a certificate and diploma—in Norway, all riders are rated by levels. Best of all, she got to spend the week with her two cousins, Sarah (11) and Mayah (9).
On the last day of camp, ...
... for the amazing kindness, generosity and hospitality these wonderful people have given us so freely off their own backs, but I’m lacking in the virtue of patience right now, though Felix still seems to have plenty.
Finally after two days of stuffing around deciding what to do, a decision has been made and hopefully tomorrow the order of parts we don’t want anymore and the wrong payment will be rectified and the parts will be en-route via ...
... in Norway has been wonderful. It is impossible to write in words all that I've experienced, seen, and learned already in the past week. The travel was VERY long. I was awake for over 30 hours straight and about 21 hours of it was traveling and lay-overs in airports. Here's a picture of the group in the Minneapolis Airport before embarking on our ...