Fossheim Hotel

Address: Ulsak, Hemsedal, Buskerud, Eastern Valleys, 3560, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ulsak, Hemsedal, is near Kroder Railway Scenic Railway.
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        • Free parking

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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Hemsedal

        How truck GPS software works?

        A travel blog entry by gregor28 on Nov 06, 2015

        ... minimum. They can get their vehicles serviced on time so that it does not trouble the driver during the journey and goods can be delivered to the destination on time. Well maintained vehicle means that you will get more average mileage and less fuel consumption which will eventually helps the managers to bring down overall cost of transportation.GPS software gives turn by turn instructions of the route to ...

        Norway – the land of the Vikings

        A travel blog entry by gregor28 on Oct 16, 2015

        We arrived at the Oslo international airport early in the morning. Time zone difference was killing us, so we decided to go straight to our hotel. It was much cheaper to go by train, but we took the cab anyway. It took as about an hour to reach the Clavion Collection Hotel Savoy. Despite the fact that we were hungry, we went straight to our bed, as soon as we checked in.Alarm clock woke us up just before the ...

        And a fun time was had by all.

        A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 07, 2014

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        ... After another couple of kilometers we made the summit of the road and, much to MY amazement, the wind started to follow. The afternoon was more or less a breeze, except that it would sprinkle on us now and then. We happened upon a wonderful little place called Elvenstad which is more like a museum than a hotel. After a cup of coffee (and a rather awe-struck wander through the premises by me) we headed down the road toward the grocery store. Finally we would be ...

        The Earth Quickens

        A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Apr 06, 2014


        ... school bus, except that the children are very very polite to each other and to the driver. And the driver is not a mere conveyer of people, he (and we've only seen one female driver) is part of the community.

        Every stop is an excuse for a chin wag, with much jibing and laughter. No sullen, speechless, bored service of the typical Sydney busdriver. In one instance, when we had the same bus driver on consecutive days, a laughing comparison of moustaches - the driver ...

        Train to Hemsedal - the "real" Norway

        A travel blog entry by mccauleyj on Jun 20, 2013

        ... with their names and then quickly modified them as they knew Americans would pronounce it. After the quick intros, it was back to speaking Norwegian and avoiding English in front of the crowd. Bim had told us earlier that people are embarrassed to speak English to us because they think they sound funny or are saying things wrong. After learning this I went out of my way to encourage English and nod and act like I knew exactly what they were saying. I think this made people feel ...