City Living Hotel Lipp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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In another section some had been turned into a museum of skiing and Olympic history.
There were various groups of buildings spread out over a large outdoor area. The weather was fortunate as I remember my last time in Oslo it was quite muddy.
... but have no idea what they are called. I also thought we were seeing less of the beautiful fire weed at the side of the road until I realised that they had all seeded and we rode through a snowstorm of seeds - almost like dandelion clocks, heaven hell you if you have half ever, there were literally clouds of seeds and you could see the in the air to the left for right of the road. After about 30 minutes we saw a magnificent white tailed sea eagle perched on a tree stump, ...
... best craftsmen. It could hold 2000, which was the town’s population at the time. Now they have a team of craftsmen maintaining the building. They offer apprenticeships in ancient crafts but acknowledge that the skills are probably not as good as way back when.
The restaurant we had intended having dinner at was closed, we think the sign said for the holiday, so we ate at one of many within walking distance of our hotel.
... getting some dinner before bed only to find the hotel does not serve food in the evening. The result was to break into my survival kit of stacked up chocolates and simply have a few bars with a cup of coffee and wait for breakfast tomorrow.As much as I hated riding that slow and boring E6 something tells me I better get to enjoy it as that is the main road all the way to the North Cape and i still have about 1000 miles or so to do on it so I better start to enjoy it!!!
... to be to The Atlantic Road a modern engineering feat that was voted the scientific marvel of 2009. Fletcher was particularly keen to see this as he had read much about it. We were first taken on a tour of Kristiansund which looked a pretty town and then out along the coast. We went through the 5.7km Atlantic tunnel. This descends to a depth of 250metres under the floor of the Atlantic Ocean and links two islands. The steep incline was obvious and with ...