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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a nice cold glass of beer and was happy when Hilde came with a bottle of beer. But the taste was different than what I expected and after some investigation I noticed it was 0% beer, another surprise with Norwegian drinking laws...
From there we turned back to the car over another route along two different lakes. Some people were even swimming there although the water seemed rather cold. (We have seen snow on the trail). And ...
... the shop is only open from 11am to 4 pm, and that is even an exception for the summer, because normally it is closed on these days.
So we prepared dinner in the house and went for a walk to find a place with internet to at least send the daily update. Well, to be short, Vaga has 1 place where you can have a drink after 6 and that is the local hotel. But as you can read it worked.
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... sign on top of both a's but I don’t know how to do this). Vaga is in the middle of a number of national parks, plans are great for the coming days, but the weather is not really cooperative, so we will have to see tomorrow. Let’s focus on today.
We left early in the morning, because the system said the trip would take almost 12 hours to drive the 750 kms. Very simple route follow E6 from Mo i ...
... how to panther on the final day's Besseggen ridge; climbing Glittertinden, the 2nd highest peak in Northern Europe, with full packs on (it's only about 10m short of the highest one which was next in the range but which we decided to skip - sorry Dan); finding an incredible beautiful lake for our third night's camping that we had all to ourselves.
The most exciting part was on our penultimate day ...
So now a turn to the East, to Oslo, but first a stop in the Hardanger National Park.
Before we left home Elias saw ************ the map and we thought that it would be a great place to visit. When we got into the area of Hardanger we stopped at the tourist office where it was recommend that we visit the Folgefonn glacier.
After a short ferry ride we were on the fjord, in the town of Jondal.