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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travelling through norway keeps on amaze you from beginning to the end. Saw moose walking around in the wild. Every mountaintop you reach unveils a new and amazing view of this country.. A lake fotographed at the beginning shows new beauty at the other end.
the colours the landscapes are giving you are impossible to comprehend. Kristalclear water, blue, turquoise, green, ...
... a collection of older buildings that have been restored and/or preserved. A young man by the name of Askaer (Oscar) showed us around and answered all our questions. By now it was happy hour so we drove back to the hotel for a beer and a bit of a relax before dinner. Dinner was fabulous. We had a traditional reindeer casserole, kind of like a stroganoff with locally grown potatoes, carrots and brussels sprouts. This was accompanied by Norwegian flatbread ...
... to find enough space to speed up, but it was still a fun experience. The first part of the tour ended when we circled all the way back to the hotel.
The second part of the tour would take us up the mountain, towards the "Middle of Nowhere". Deeper snow, sharper turns, steeper hills and more space to test the limits of the snowmobile! Before we started the guide told us that we had to shift our weight ...
... the Middle of Nowhere the sky was still quite clear, so we were able to see many, many stars. So many falling stars as well, it was getting ridiculous. A few days later we learned it was the peak period of the annual Quadrantid meteor shower, so that explained it.
While the falling stars were pretty cool, it wasn't the reason we went up there. We didn't see any activity in the north, except for a cloud. As this "cloud" wasn't quite like the others, I figured ...
... again for the cave tour. There was another friendly woman waiting for the same tour, so including the guide there were four of us. The guide told us that she would take us close to the entrance with a snowmobile and that we had the walk the last part. Boukje and the other woman went in the sled behind the snowmobile, while I sat on the snowmobile itself.
Since it was pretty dark there was not much to see during the ride. We arrived at a small ...