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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... to try the big slopes though! In the afternoon we went a wander through the resort and down to a fjord which had completely frozen over, there was snow everywhere! I made the mistake of wandering off of the path and fell in to a snow drift up to my waist! Later, we headed back to the hotel spa to relax in the pool and hot tub. We decided to book a second night in the hotel before continuing our journey to Oslo the next ...
... back to Al. We had heaps of time so Harald drove me around town for a bit. Not a lot to see, except for the beautiful Norwegian countryside that is. No wonder Harald loves this place. When I've had enough of the rat race and want to find a rock to crawl under, I think I'll pick a rock in this area. The train back to Oslo was uneventful. I still sat with my nose to the window though. Even though I'd seen this part of the ...
... car so I could take photo's, I tried to keep it to a minimum but its just so damn beautiful. Huge lakes, rivers with white water rapids, waterfalls. It was magnificent. Harald noted that like my cousin, I like the water. Along the road we went through tunnels under the mountains. Very lord of the rings....but without the orcs. Harald pointed out the longest tunnel, which is 27km long, but we didn't go through it. The tunnels were ...
... was reduced although the children were then adopted out to married couples. The program started in Germany but soon was subverted into a breeding program and spread to occupied countries.
Strolled briefly around the hotel and found a bowling alley!!! Fun trying our hands (and eyes and balance) at ten-pin bowling after decades since our respective last encounters with this sport!
... schooling, and up to 46 weeks of parental leave. Norway highlights the age old question that will, for the foreseeable future, continue to drive political scientists to debate: Should a society focus on lower taxes which results in higher individual risk, but also potentially higher individual profit, or should a society focus on higher taxes in order to strive for lower individual risk, at the cost of potentially lower individual ...