Lillesand Hotel Norge
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After the city it was good to be heading out to the country again.
Going south west we took side trips to a number of towns. The roads tend not to follow the coastline here, and that is understandable as the coast is so indented and has so ...
... bus and travelled to the small village of Lillesand, highly sought after by the newly mobile. Houses run form about 2 -10 million Kroners for a clapboard house (cottage) and cars cost 50 thousand each PLUS 50 thousand in taxes for a conventional engine. Electric cars are very popular here as there is no tax and re-charges are free forever. Beer is more expensive than hard liquor A glass of beer cost $10 so most drink the hard stuff. Houses ...
... not been as hilly coincidently! We have also made sure we take a rest day every 2nd or 3rd day, to allow our weary legs to recover.
To pick up where we left off last week-we were relaxing at the Horten Campground. Unfortunately as is usually the case in campgrounds-the tent area was very uninspiring, but we desperately needed to use the washing facilities. After staying one night, washing completed, we packed up our tent by the required check out, then hung out in ...
... a old rail yard and right on the edge of a steep embankment
above a beautiful lake.
Of course I just had to go and take a look at this old yard and see what
It appears this is the old main station for the town and on close
inspection looked to still be in a very good state of repair. The old station
building was well looked after and looking through the windows all still looked
Out on the platforms the old clocks were all ...
... of the natural scenery. There are of course still large amounts of stoned people and I was glad to get back to camp at night to breathe in some good clean air. It's the believed right of tourists to be collapsed into stoned immobility on all the parks and I wonder what ratio of people not only miss their flights but do not even realise, as they were too busy monging out, or wake up after a week only to have seen a few clouds float by and little else of the city. Bens quest to ...