Rica Hotel Grimstad
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Noosa) to compete there. We all vowed to catch up then. It will be so great for Sam & Megan to see them again.
We said our goodbyes and agreed to meet Peder's mum in the morning for a walk in the nearby forest in Hove.
Peder and Vivi live about 7km away. WOW we so loved their house. Modern with great big picture windows.
I helped Vivi with a little resume wording and then climbed into bed - happy but extremely pooped! ...
... 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 ...
... main roads are usually kept clear and everybody manages to get from A to B just like they're negotiating a punt down the River Cam on a sunny Sunday afternoon with Hugh Grant doing the hard bit with the stick! And I guess they're right, we drove about a hundred miles today and did we get stuck? No. Did we fall off the road? No. Did I look at the speedo and think "****, I'm going that fast in these conditions?" Yes.
But it's still pretty scary at times, ...
... disease reduced the population. Civil war broke out and eventually Denmark seized control and held Iceland as a colony until the 19th century. Self government was gradually restored although the King of Denmark remained King of Iceland as well. This union ended in 1944 and is totally independent today.
Iceland has a temperature maritime climate with relatively mild and windy winters and cool and ...
... in the towering cliffs surrounding the campground. We decided to take a rest day, and the girls enjoyed swimming in the sea.
Monday, the route got us quickly into the swing of things, with some very steep ascents and descents on forest gravel roads. On this tricky section, we met another Dutch cycling family-mum, dad, 2 daughters aged 11 and 12, and a 4 year old daughter being towed along behind dad. They had become quite discouraged with the very ...