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Our first stop after entering Norway at Drammen was Notodden.
It is a quite little place, not much to see, but the lake is beautifully set. Also there is a Blues Festival every year. We saw a sign ('From Mississipi to Norway) that said that this Festival has a long tradition and many stars have been to Notodden.
... but the Swedes wave a magic wand over it somehow, and send it back again.
As is usual, we finished the meal,with a chat and drinks around the outdoor open fireplace on the deck, and topped it off with supper in the beautiful little Finnish bure/gazebo hut in the garden, with, of course, another open fire-place.
And topped it off with a dip in the hot-jacuzzi , so that when we eventually got to bed, I slept instantly.
... Looking inside
it had not been used for quite a few years but everything from the sofa to the
beds were all still there as left.
Finally I arrive into the town of Geilo where I see the bikes I met earlier
all parked up. I park up beside them and go on the search for them. The whole
place is dead and every shop is closed and after searching for them with no
result I finally decide to continue on my way.
From here its onto the route 40 which heads ...
... of dressing to match in a cobalt-blue top....Unfortunately, I was too lazy to go back up to the van to get my iPad to take some nice photos until later..
Kari's sister Vibekka also ...
... we drove a little further south to Stavern, which is a very appealing little village which grew to prominence in the 1770s as the King's boat-yard and as a consequence they had a huge work-force housed in massive dormitory-style accommodation, that is now a series of museums and galleries, and also being quite strategic, it was also heavily fortified and housed a sizeable defence force.