Hamar Hostel Vikingskipet

Address: Aakersvikveien 24, Hamar, Hedmark, Eastern Valleys, 2321, Norway | 2 star hostel
 
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This 2 star hostel, located on Aakersvikveien 24, Hamar, is near Hedmarksmuseet & Domkirkeodden, NSB Jernbanemuseet (National Railway Museum), Hamar Cathedral, and Kirsten Flagstad Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Hamar

    An Epic weekend at Bjorn's

    A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold on Feb 06, 2011

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... Olympic campus up near the top of the hill, where the view was just wonderful. (when I say "hill", I mean hundreds of feet tall, unlike the mounds in ND that we call hills.) After we completed our "tour" of the city, we made the 40 km trip back to Brumunddal, giving ol' Ronald McDonald a visit along the way.
    That evening, we walked over to Bjorn's grandparents house, which could be an attraction all by itself. They had so much ...

    Northern Exposure

    A travel blog entry by glittenberg on Jul 14, 2010

    6 photos

    ... that children their age bike around town on their own. There is a nice downtown area with a walking street, and a waterfront area with cafes, parks, harbor, and swimming beach. Hamar is on the Mjsa Lake (pronounced Mewsa) which is the largest freshwater lake in Norway. Over a million years ago, it was connected to the fjords and the sea, so it is extremely deep and clear.
    Every year we go to our favorite museum, ...

    Wanting out

    A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Jul 05, 2010

    1 photo

    ... I was getting angrier and angrier, why hadn’t we waited the short nine minutes for the information centre at the bus stop to open and then we could have found a bus? Why was Norway’s Ural dealer all the way out of town in the forest? Why was it so bloody hard to just get the bike working? Why was I even here with the problem of a ****** Ural? I had plenty of time to think and was probably not in the right mindset to be thinking over the more ...

    First Week in Norway

    A travel blog entry by erfarenorge on Feb 02, 2008

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... are talking about by their actions and similar words to English, other times I stare blankly or try to politely say that I don't speak Norwegian. Most people just switch over to English at that point, no problem. Some of the common phrases that I'm beginning to be comfortable include: Takk- Thank you Unnskyld- Excuse me Vaer s snil- Please ...

    Walking in a Winter wonderland

    A travel blog entry by julieflickner3 on Nov 29, 2007

    84 photos

    ... Namibia and they dont really get snow in Africa. Then it turned into dogpile on those who did not want to get in the snow! It was the most fun I have ever had in snow... snow ball fights, tackling people in the snow and making snow angels- it just doesnt get much better! Enjoy the pics- had fun taking them... some are from Thanksgiving ...