Farris Bad Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... obviously used!! We just hoped we didn't come across an officer who was very particular!! We made a bit of an effort by putting clothing items into new zips lock bags(including my unwashed cycling top, phew!!) and giving Hannah's bike a bit of a clean!
We enjoyed a strong tail wind as we sailed up to the border. Just before the border, in the middle of nowhere was a HUGE shopping centre-which was absolutely packed with shoppers. Only built recently in the last ...
... rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">There was a bit of juggling at the brygge as we had to keep making more berth space as more boats arrived, but soon all was good and we watched as Per, Knut, Hans, young Per, Rebekka and Ellen all had a shot a water-skiing, and Rebekka did a fine job of single skiing.
... until we hit Norway) and finally had lunch at one of the restaurants on the brygge. You very quickly see why Norwegians don't eat-out much - 2 pizzas to share, and 3 alchohol-free beers and a proper beer - $130 thanks very much....
... 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Back to Skien tomorrow, and I think b-I-l Kristian has a big party planned for Sunday's summer-solstice which is celebrated almost Mayan-like over here....
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... free, so I'm not complaining. I also went down to the sea at sunset again. It's become something of a habit on clear evenings. It's so pretty, so peaceful.
Friday was easily the highlight of the weekend. I, along with the other two students from UND, took the ferry across the Oslo fjord to the nearby city of Horten. For 30 Kroner ($5), we got to have fun walking around the ferry, which carried cars and semi trucks in addition to passengers. Exploring ...