First Hotel Breiseth
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... Japp and Smil. And my bag is never without Lopper(flat bread made from potato). Good for a peanut butter roll up for lunch on a bus. Our hotel had a rooftop bar so a few of us went up trying to watch the sunset, but after awhile you just get too sleepy and have to give up. No matter what I am going to bed when it is light ...
... steps is only 1/2 way up the ski jump (you guessed it we did not go up those steps).
We saw Maihaugen the largest open air museum in Norway with over 200 very old houses, schools and churches dating back to 1600 and 1800.
... house. At the stave church Vicki explained what staves are (the beams that support the walls and roof) and then we entered the church and sat in the pews as she explained who sat where, of what the service consisted, etc. We then walked over to the schoolhouse, where Vicki became our schoolteacher. We had to line up outside, boys in one row, girls in another; then she checked our hands for cleanliness; then we did some exercises, ...
... was in costume, those that weren’t were mostly very smartly dressed with the men in black suits. There were a couple of young girls in short shorts and skimpy tops with longs coats because it was quite chilly.
After the church service masses of people arrived and the parade was formed. Several schools marched, each under their own banner, two brass bands eventually turned up, they were late and held things up for a while. The last group was led by ...
... Christian II was the king of Denmark, Sweden and Norway under the Kalmar Union. Much of the Swedish nobility was in opposition to the king. In a move to silence the opposition, Christian invited the Swedish aristocracy to a reconciliation party in Stockholm, only to have them, including Gustav's parents, massacred in what came to be known as the Stockholm Bloodbath. This is something I wrote about in my earlier blog on Stockholm. Gustav escaped ...