Dr. Holms Hotel
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... one of the priests who worked here was fond of two things 1) beer and 2) long sermons. However the two didn't really mix well and he found himself in some discomfort during his own mass. So in the small room out the back of the alter he had a carpenter drill a hole and construct a small urninal, so he could duck out during services and relieve himself. On the side of the curch you can see the...um...outflow? After the church ...
... The lakes go on forever, there is no fear of a water shortage here. To the Norwegians credit they use all this water to generate hydroelectricity, the only source of power here. No carbon footprint here....well except for the oil mines. We went past lots of waterfalls. Some were far away and could only be seen as little strips of silver running down the mountainside. Others were close to the road. Harald was very kind in ...
Sorry I haven't had time to blog. I just wanted to get some photos up for you all. This place is so beautiful I just had to share. Harald has been an amazing host, although Tanya and Will have been very corrupted the poor man with Carlton football club hear. I shall have to rectify ...
Time for a stroll around the Oslo Opera House before catching the train to Geilo. The Opera House is right on the water's edge and in summer they have performances on a floating pontoon. It has a great sloping roof that just invites one to climb up it. Apparently when it was completed this is just what people did. Unfortunately it did not meet the building regulations for a roof to walk on so to get ...
... an average human, this was effective because certain receptors on the white blood cell unfortunately act as a perfect latch, upon which The Plague could attach itself. Fortunately, in a few not-so-average humans, these exact white blood cell receptors had been genetically mutated off. This mutation occurred mostly in Scandinavia, and was dispersed throughout northern Europe by Viking migratory routes, where Vikings famously raped and pillaged their ...