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Travel Blogs from Tønsberg
... with a hot chocolate/tea/coffee/soup before taking the scenic rout back to Stina's mum's place for yummy reindeer stew and potatoes (thanks Stina). On Wednesday Camilla and I had originally planned to drive west to the fjords and coast, however, the weather was still miserable and therefore we wouldn't have been able to see much. So instead we drove inland down the E16 past Lillehammer and Hamar down towards Oslo, stopping at a couple of churches, lakes, cheesery ...
... we drove a little further south to Stavern, which is a very appealing little village which grew to prominence in the 1770s as the King's boat-yard and as a consequence they had a huge work-force housed in massive dormitory-style accommodation, that is now a series of museums and galleries, and also being quite strategic, it was also heavily fortified and housed a sizeable defence force.
... and they are in amazingly good condition, considering. Since K has now retired, he has converted the upstairs of his 250yo office into a stylish, roomy, modern apartment. His friend has a what appears from the outside to be a tired old, ummm, I guess we'd call it an old shed, but when you open the newish door, there is a nicely, rustically renovated party house, with all facilities, a huge table and chairs to seat about 20, the mandatory fire-place, candelabras ...
... a result was really ****** and crabby, and wound up like a clock-spring...... Well, when we drove off the ship.......and headed down the "Nothing to Declare" lane.....I thought Treas was going to actually eat the road-directory, she was so tense and really panicking....and then.....as we approached the Customs line, we searched for any sign of movement from alien beings.....no in-coming missiles or groups of lascivious, drooling, aggressive Customs blokes.......in ...
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