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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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We woke up to see the sun sparkling on the sea. We decided to get away from all the other MH's and have our breakfast on the road. We found a lovely layby back along the coast with picnic tables and fantasic views ...
They say that when your are on a trip the adventure doesn't start until things don't go right. Today, we are leaving Tromso. The gas bottle is empty, and we think there is a station here. We need LPG for cooking and water heating. So off we go, and sure enough there is one. Its up a drive way and then down into a yard. The driveway is not steep, but is covered with snow and ice. On our third run at it, with the engine screaming, and the tires burning their ...
... to dance haha )))
some things are pretty common overhere,
red houses, asking for breakfast cafe they sent you to pizza shop, norwegian like to travel with their caravans and mobile homes, they like to hike, you can camp everywhere, today is the first time i ate watm breakfast and it was a hamburger with egg, no mcdonalds here, woman are indeed blond but so are ...
... preserves. For dessert we had fresh cloud berries on a type of cold custard. Delicious!! This has been one of my favorite days in Norway. Being able to see my great, great, great grandfather's house and see the area where he and his sons and grandsons farmed was very fulfilling. And all the great surprises - the flag and the delicious reindeer meal, plus being able to share the experiences with a great friend. I am going to bed a very happy person. Here are some ...
... 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 ...