Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sail the Baltic Sea to Sweden. A historic day not just in our travels, but also because, and more importantly, I celebrate my 66th year with the celebratory email messages flowing in over the internet. The fact that the majority are from insurance companies, and airlines, etc, is perhaps a little disappointing.
From our research we have read that Sweden and Norway have it written into there constitution (or something similar) that one may camp virtually anywhere one ...
... in 1994. I walked up to the ski jump and saw guys practising on wet plastic turf stuff. It was pretty cool. There is actually a ski jump high school that these guys go to. There is also another fake village. Maybe not quite as good as the Oslo one, but still fun. And of course I have been sampling all of the candy ...
Lillehammer in Norway
Travelled today to reach Norway and the town of Lillehammer.
Mainly wooden houses overlooking lake Miosa surrounded by mountains the village and the mountains reminds me os Switzerland.
A lot of houses have grass on the roof for insulation.
This town held the 1994 Winter Olympics the extremely high ski jump is close to our ...
... we had our lunch in their cafeteria. We had cauliflower soup and a salmon dish. After we visited the restrooms, we met our guide for our walk on the grounds. Vicki was our guide for the open-air Norwegian museum that had over two hundred buildings. Vicki was dressed in Norwegian ethnic clothing, and spoke English very well for someone who had never visited the USA. She took us to three buildings - a stave church, a schoolhouse, and ...
... service followed by a parade along the main road to a recreational ground. We arrived as people were beginning to arrive for the church service. Many people were in national costume. For the women this meant a long skirt, most often black with a great deal of embroidery on the lower part, an embroidered blouse, jacket and sometimes a scarf. The men wore knickerbockers and long socks and jackets the same colour as the socks. All looked very smart. Of course ...