City Living Hotel Lipp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Never mind prices, they didn't even have restaurants in the mall. How can you have nowhere to buy food in the mall??!
What was interesting however was how the mall had been hollowed out and hidden. From street level it looks like the old wood houses which they kept but the interior has been opened into a ...
... year.!!Some here are really very professional. Just went to the movies, all recent and quite good showings.
Meeting nice people, Canadians..there seem to be quite a few,quiet, dignified people,we always think they are similar to us , education wise anyway..Americans who shriek with glee when they know we are from N.Z,many have traveled throughout,and say how lucky we are to live where we do, we know that of course.
... dinner of salmon then the show and a chat with folk from Colorado. Tonight is the last sunset for five days as tomorrow we cross the Arctic Circle and enter Land of the Midnight Sun, where the sun comes to the horizon and then rises again. Too cool. And speaking of cool.....we did know we were coming far to the north and we did know it would be cold, but...... 35 mph winds and 5C?? ...
... beautiful. Sitting here eating my lunch I'm surrounded by cars and trucks moving around all over the show but the scenery is simply breath-taking.Lunch eaten I decide rather than take the more main route to the E6 I'm going to take the more scenic route using the no 70 road. This takes me slightly South and is a bit longer but looking at the scenery along this route it should be all worth it.I stop a number of times and take photos as usual. At one ...
... streets of this attractive place observing the wooden houses and buildings painted in bright colours, reds, yellows, greys and blues and learnt that there has been a settlement here from Viking times. The present town began in Medieval Norway and this is evident with some of the narrow streets still visible. We drove past the King's Palace when he is in Trondheim which is right in the main street of town. This was the capital for a while.
We wound ...