Engo Gard Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a significant world heritage area, where rock carvings from the Bronze age (1800-500BC-where people learnt how to manufacture objects in bronze) had been discovered! We had a fantastic guided tour with a passionate archaeologist who worked in the area, explaining all about the rock carvings and its history. The museum has controversially painted the rock carvings with diluted red house paint. As the carvings are so shallow, they would otherwise be very difficult to ...
... for the additional anchors for the zipline, which also ended up including a sneaky trip down the zipline before heading into Stromstad for lunch and a pit stop at sugar heaven :). We left Stromstad about 4pm and went to pick up Cornelia from Kindergarten before going for dinner at a friends of Camilla's - we had delicious peppered salmon and vegetables and then sat out on the deck drinking tea and laughing while Cornelia watched tv inside. What a perfect end to two weeks in ...
... Lilletull, and while Treas went to play with Lilletull, Sverre and I made a frame for his trailer, to safely transport some new windows that had been delivered, up to his cabin. Bloody hell, they were heavy, being of course double-glazed, and my back is now suffering, as well as managing to break an arm off my glasses in the process.... Lucky we didn't stay for 2 days or I'd be in big trouble.....
... This is going to be interesting...... So I pulled over off the road onto a little clearing especially placed for such contemplative issues.... got out the specification sheet to check the height......Just as I recalled - 2870...... But that's without the sat-tv aerial, which is about 160....so that I've always considered that 3100 to be a safe number..... A fair bit shy of 2.9m...... But, I grabbed the tape measure and gave the van a quick measure-up....and ...
... watching subtitles on the TV. You may laugh, but that's a good way to learn a language if you're not to crazy about sitting down with Rosetta Stone. Hopefully by the end of the semester I can put some elementary sentences together. It's a work in progress. All things considered, I suspect that the second half of the semester will be even more awesome than the first half. Today marks the beginning of week eleven since I departed ND ...