First Hotel Victoria
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Finally back home in Hamar (after 738 km!!! Thank you Kristian & Erna) to a delightful meal at Berit's ..... Norwegian meatballs .... enormous compared to those tiny little Swedish things .... and quite delicious! We certainly have been well fed while we are here. I'm scared to step on a scale .....
... kings buried, to have coffee and dessert (our favourite meal ) at Hovindsholm farm. It is an old estate style farm with a great big mansion that you are not allowed to go near. After a relaxing visit there, we returned to the Ostberg farm to laze around while Kristian and Erna slaved over a hot stove cooking a scrumptious meal of Reindeer .... No presents this year as Santa has no one to pull his sleigh ...
... pretty quickly. As well as giving our German chum a navigational headache, the blocked road also meant that our original plan to turn north on the E6 for a while before heading Sweden-wards was, to use the technical term, 'oot ra windae'. So we turned south and headed towards Lillehammer, host city of the 1994 Winter Olympics. We were just passing Lillehammer when the phone rang. Daughter Maggie had been shopping ...
... I could have easily spent another couple hours there. Check out the pictures for more detail. I don't know what more to say about it other than it was pretty cool. I definitely recommend it! Outside the museum was a stave church and an accompanying village of the same vintage. Again, another cool sight.
After touring the museum and the surrounding premises, we drove around Lillehammer for a while to see the sights. We drove right ...
... things were going on a three hour trail ride and jumping. I loved getting to know the other girls. I had a great time!
Back in Hamar
Now we are back in Hamar, staying with Joergen’s grandparents. This is my absolute favorite town, with sweet little houses in traditional Norwegian colors of blue, yellow, red, or white. We can walk everywhere, and there are bike paths all over town Our kids ...