Birkebeineren Hotel & Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> The weather, as one would expect for this latitude, is becoming cooler and more cloudy as we move further north.
Being late May the day light hours are many. It’s light by about the time for my third pee at around 3.30am and is still light until the sandman comes after 10pm.
How we are going to be able to sleep when we get to Norway is beyond me.
Soon I find myself updating the blog from deck six of the good ship ‘Huckleberry Fin’, ...
Oops, got behind. I think it is mostly because it is a pAin to type on my phone so I keep avoiding it. But I have a lot of pictures and of course the longer I wait the less I am going to want to upload everything. So now I have to remember what happened a week ago. Lillehammer is a nice small town that happened to have the ...
... Another reason that some of the highways were so busy.
A wonderful country and a wonderful journey and adventure. We are now both at home, safe and sound. Thanks for reading our blog and making comments. It was fun sharing it with you.
Linda and Avis
ps. We travelled about 2600 km. in our rental car. Only 3 tolls and no speeding tickets. Tolls were collected automatically through a little device installed on the windshield.
... we headed out of the city towards Lillehammer. We had one rest stop before continuing. Later, we were crossing a bridge to the other side of the river, but we encountered traffic that was backed up for kilometers. After a fire truck passed us, our driver turned the bus around and we stayed on the same side of the lake up to Lillehammer. This put us behind for the rest of the day. In Lillehammer, we went straight to the Maihaughen ...
... a great deal of opposition from all the residents.
May 17th is Norway’s national day, and a public holiday. We had chosen this day to visit the 12th century ‘stave’ church at Heddal S W of Oslo. This is the largest surviving stave church, and most of these churches are in Norway. Stave is a form of construction of a wooden church, and this is a truly good example.
Being the national day there was to be ...