First Hotel Breiseth
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... with snow but it is actually lichen. There are high peaks, low lakes and lots of lichen covered rock.
There is stacks of accommodation here, both ski lodges and basic hiking huts, and many hiking groups were taking advantage of the warm sunny ...
... a flat piece of ground. So it was with great anticipation that we looked forward to camping in the wild, so to speak. Unfortunately the theory, as is often the case, doesn’t relate to the practice. These two countries are as restrictive as the rest of ‘civilised Europe’. Not only are we still restricted to camping grounds but the price has skyrocketed with no apparent improvement in the facilities that are offered.
In fact the price of ...
... worth it, most definitely, but it wouldn't necessarily be something I would suggest as a must-do if your in town. It was a good way to spend the afternoon though, and because it was still a bit chilly and windy, I didn't get too hot with all the walking. After dinner that night, I spent the rest of the evening with my feet up (very well deserved I think), and reflected on my last night in Norway. I'm still sticking with my thought that I could easily live in Norway, but ...
... have lived their daily lives. Staff dressed in period costumes are in many of the buildings to answer questions. Other buildings have good signage and audio presentations in many languages, including English, so it was easy to learn about the history of Norwegian daily life. This was the main reason we came to Norway, to learn how our ancestors lived, so our visit to this museum was the perfect way to end our trip.
The time went by ...
... really playing fun and games with D this trip.
We came to an old fort, not really old as forts go seeing as it was only built at the beginning of last century 1901. It was built at the time Norway was under Swedish governance and didn’t really like it. In 1905 when negotiations were underway to resolve the problem and split from Sweden it was de-commissioned and partly dismantled as a ‘peace’ offering. Now it stands as a monument to ...