Quality Hotel Augustin
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... it was 21:30 so we headed outtoeT and stopped at the first place we saw. £10 a pint and £17:50 for a burger - and chips! Oh well a girls gotta eat. There were loads of American cars cruising around the main centre of town and we found out that there was some legal street racing going on and we hot footed to the main square to see what was going on. There must have been 50 plus USA cars from mustangs to dodges to monster trucks, it was awesome. The boys spent ...
... 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.
... to Trondheim; about 9 hours. Even with the, at times, disfunctioning toilets and the 3 year old who had never heard the word "no" and the promised food van which did not exist, (which meant lunch and dinner was chocolate, a shared apple and a small bag of mixed nuts) we experienced the most spectacular scenes imaginable.
Graham, you would have been in heaven. A true ...
... Cathedral. We wanted to have another look as we were there such a short time on our tour. This time we got to view the front of the cathedral and had a walk around the grounds. The cathedral was closed so we couldn't go inside again. Tomorrow we continue to make our way back to Oslo. We are booked into a hotel near the town of Ringebu. On Monday we will stay at an airport hotel in Oslo as our Tues. morning flight leaves at 6 am. Here are pictures of our ...
... Health & Safety issues! See the guy with the huge heavy mower in the photo.
Next was Gamle Bybro (Old Town Bridge) re-built of wood in 1861. It was first built in 1681, at the same time as Kristiansten Fort was under construction. A sentry and excise house stood at either end of the bridge. The excise house on the west side is still standing and is in use as a kindergarten. Instead of following the road, we took a path around the 'point'. It ...