Rica Hotel Grimstad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... Lillesand is such a town and is a lovely holiday/fishing type place.
Kristiansand is larger with a fortess, a lovely concert hall and of course an old area with wooden houses. Near the concert hall was the fish market ...
... might have been a laugh to swerve and see how far you could drive into it and then pop out again fifty yards up the road when you'd had a little rest, but we didn't try it. We did actually stop a few miles away from our chalet in Roldal to look at a little old wooden Stave church, but it was surrounded by so much snow you could hardly see it, a bit like our chalet, it had about three foot of snow on the roof, must remember not to slam the door too hard when we leave. ...
... breakfast we embarked on a motor launch tour of the harbour area and I have never seen such a beautiful harbour. The sea was very calm and tides differ by less than 40 centimetres. We passed a small island rented by the royal family and snapped some pictures while listening to stories by the tour guide of vistors picnicking on the island while remote controlled, floating cameras followed them along the sea. Departing the boat we hopped on ...
... Down, down, down into the fiord near Langangen, then climbed our way back up. Meanwhile the motorway, not available for cyclists, didn’t lose any altitude at all, because of a very impressive bridge. Then it was down the coastline towards Brevik, then up, up, up to reach the height of a pedestrian/cycle friendly bridge, then down to Langusand, and onto the very nice campground at Rognstranda, which fronts onto the beach. This area has geological significance, due to the ...
... further along the E 134 and out of town here ahead of me are some
flashing red lights. What the hell is this I wonder and as I get closer I
realised it was an airport runway. Sadly I had just missed a plane and glider
taking off and so as I approached the lights went off and the barriers lifted
and as the traffic was heavy I had to get going.
From here the road headed steeply upwards into the mountains and with all
the sharp and twisty bends speed was at ...