Hornsjo Hoyfellshotell

Address: Hornsjovegen 1845, Oyer, Oppland, Eastern Valleys, 2602, Norway | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Hornsjovegen 1845, Oyer.
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    Travel Blogs from Oyer

    Austria to Norway is almost too good to be true.

    A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Jun 03, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... to hear that mining was ‘off the boil’ in Oz. However they were still hoping for a bright future for the coal industry. They were interested that there were people that didn’t share their enthusiasm for coal, and were concerned for their career prospects if these views caught on.


    We followed the Polish border towards Dresden, which we gave a wide berth, passing through the scenic feature Bastei. The focus here appears to be on a concrete bridge ...

    A few days later.

    A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 11, 2014

    5 photos

    No,I don't know why the map did that.--->
    So, it's a few days since we last spoke. The night of ozur lovely time at Oddrun's place in Sjk, I got very sick. Rats. (I ate something I really should have passed on). In the morning I was in pretty rough shape so we decided to take the bus a way up into the east side off Jotunheimen, basically cheating that day's riding. We rode to Gjendesheim, a boat dock on Gjende, a pretty little lake. I had ...

    Day 19 - Hafslo to Elverum

    A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 07, 2013

    5 photos

    ... pretty quickly. As well as giving our German chum a navigational headache, the blocked road also meant that our original plan to turn north on the E6 for a while before heading Sweden-wards was, to use the technical term, 'oot ra windae'. So we turned south and headed towards Lillehammer, host city of the 1994 Winter Olympics. We were just passing Lillehammer when the phone rang. Daughter Maggie had been shopping ...

    There's 'norway' you can ignore this nation!

    A travel blog entry by jollyjetsetter on Jan 22, 2011

    4 photos

    Pre-conceptions of Norway before boarding the Oslo-bound flight were of a clean, pricey nation blessed with awesome natural features, a high standard of living, a civilized society and the only existing country on earth with no external debt. Upon arrival in this Scandinavian country, it soon became apparent that all of these pre-conceptions were not only true, but palpably so, in the sense that you could actively 'feel' the ...

    Kindness and hospitality without measure

    A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Jul 13, 2010

    3 comments, 105 photos

    ... around me feet and nibbled on my toes. We also met a very friendly lady out walking two stunning horses with her daughter and her dog - which she was very proud to tell two Australians was a Kelpie. Another ride was down to the little Kiwi supermarket, we took the horse path we walked on the first day and it was the bumpiest ride ever. For twenty minutes we were rattled to the core as we bumped down the path, also slipping, sliding and getting bogged in the deep sand. It ...