First Hotel Kung Oscar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After returning back to the home, we ate and slept knowing the next day we had kayaking and mountain biking. That morning we saw the fog roll into the town and got to go kayaking in the clear ocean. It was perfect to see the town. After kayaking and eating lunch, we started mountain biking. This was my least favorite part of the trip because a few friends and I got lost for over an hour in the Swedish woods. Although we came out safe it's still an experience I can now talk about. ...
This begins the many weekly updates for my upcoming year.
After a full 25 hours of traveling I
finally stepped foot onto Sweden. So green, open, and clean it was overwhelming knowing I would get to spend the next 11 months living here. I met my host family outside of the baggage claim with warm faces and hugs; I already started to feel welcome. After my first Swedish dinner of Hamburgers (they didn't want to scare me ...
Today is....(consults iPhone) ... Saturday 9th August, and we are officially on our way for the discovery part of our trip, having left Oslo this morning and are now in Sweden.
We've had an amazing time in Norway and it has been party after party, thanks to all these crazy Norwegians.
I must admit to some sadness in leaving, as we have been made so very welcome, and the warmth, welcoming, and generosity of everyone has been ...
... He gave me the keys and I said to do I get out of town, and we were on our way (he was very handsome). I had rented a Ford Focus or something similar with a manual transmission but the gods were with us once again and I have a lovely Ford Mondeo wagon WITH AN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. We travelled the backroads back to Norway to Halden. We stopped at the Idd Kirke and then ...
... are becoming an endangered species. There used to be about 9,000 of them but when they fall into disrepair it's easier and cheaper to replace them with the modern monstrosities that remind me of HG Wells' War of the Worlds. Still, the ones that do remain tend to be restored, protected and very photogenic.
Having found ourselves in Volendam, we thought we’d visit the historic centre where, according to ...