Rica Hotel Grimstad
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... 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 ...
... until it was twilight. We stopped at a little pull out overlooking a fjord, and found that it was a site for a memorial where allies fought Nazi’s. There was a whole history about the area; Nazi’s hid prisoners, the British rescued the prisoners and several allies were killed.
We’d already eaten a large lunch so dinner was just bread, cheese and meat and another night of car ...
... 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 ...
... The A-frame is assembled and attached from the car to the tow ball in under five minutes. It is also able to fold away into something not much bigger than my forearm. So far it has been a decision that we have loved rather than regretted. Some countries however frown on the system, unsure if it should be legal (mainly with the dodgy Spanish who are looking to make a quick buck through a fine). I suppose it should not have been real surprise that eventually we were pulled over, ...
The first thing that must be said of Norway is that the landscape is just breathtaking. I am sitting in the bus with Cory right now looking out the window as I type just marveling at the majestic pines lining the rocky banks of the countless lakes and fjords that the bus passes by. And this is only the tip of the iceberg as they say! We have had only a limited amount of time in Norway which has been mostly dedicated to tracing Cory's family roots in southern part of the country. ...