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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Wangensteen who I’d contacted through the Oslo Genealogy Society, he very kindly offered to take us around the area so we could see the old farm sites and the churches associated with the family – he’s been a genealogist for 40 years and loves the subject and is a great ambassador for the area. Hamar itself has about 40,000 people and seems to be a service town for the surrounding farms. We drove through very ...
Today we spent the afternoon and evening at Jan and Marit's home! Jan made us fresh salmon wrapped in lefse for an appatizer. Jeff and Mary both enjoyed the fresh salmon very much! For dinner Marit made meatballs (Kj°ttkaker), baked potatos, and creamed cabbage. Chocolate puuding with vanilla sauce was an amazing dessert too. We enjoyed all the amazing food and wonderful ...
... a winter wonderland and if it weren't for the trees that made it difficult to take photos, there would be many more for me to share. We reach the highest station and stopped for passengers at Finse (1222m), here there is a ski resort. We then started the gradual descent and it was interesting to see the scenery changing from areas of heavy snow fall to a light dusting and eventually heavy frosts and then the city outskirts. I would recommend everyone takes this ...
... pillar" had nudes sculpted onto it, kinda like a big orgy, only not. I don't think any of the nudes were getting it on, the symbolism was more than enough to get the idea. I gotta be honest, I wonder what this place is like in the winter with snow and icicles dripping off certain body parts. Surely that would be a sight! After this enlightening experience I found myself a nice sunny patch of grass for the remainder of the ...
... displayed. We also saw a sledge and wagon recovered from the grave. It always amazes as I travel through the world the archaeological history and quality of relics and history of the various countries and the similarities of various races in using natural resources. While being no reader of ancient history there were definite comparisons between the Viking and the Maori. We returned to the city and wandered through the cobblestone streets, which we ...