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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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... the ice in search of grip, we made it. Stopped and reversed into the pump site. Norwegian instructions proved less than helpful, or was that my understanding, anyway, after putting the card in 3 times and saying please take 400NOK and give me some gas, there was no sale, and the whole thing shut down. Brilliant, I had a guts full of this, we’re leaving. Not without chains we’re not. Out they come, things are a little tense with instructions ...
... bears, no wolves, second coffee for free, infrastructure is good, a lot of americans work here, a lot of bikers like me, there is no end in the absolute beauty, nowhere, nowhere dirt or forgotten plastic junk everything is 100% clean, the water is brrr cold, toilet is free unlike holland they only have a few big roads e39, e6, e10, a lot of cyclists strugling their way up a mountain...
... from the owner, so they need to be put in the front.
While the guides were busy sorting this out, we got to meet the dogs. They were very enthusiastic to get petted by us! Eventually two sleds were geared up and ready to go.
The guides took us on a (quite bumpy!) ride through Abisko National Park. During sledding, the dogs didn't bark at all, so it's a very serene mode of transportation. The view was fantastic! This park ...
... opposite direction during sharp turns, to avoid tipping over.
Making the snowmobile work hard to get on the steep hills was a really great thing to experience. Our next stop was at the small frozen lake on top of the mountain. A clear flat surface, without bumps or other obstacles. The guide told us we could drive around and test the limits of the snowmobiles as long as we kept an eye on each other ...
... actually be part of the Northern Lights! Nurer confirmed this with our camera, catching the slight activity (0-3%) by using long exposure times.
While it was nice to catch this on camera, it wasn't like we were in awe of the view. If the activity can easily be mistaken for a cloud, then it's not the Northern Lights as they are meant to be. As it was really cold out there, we stayed for about an hour and then headed back to our warm cabin.