Hotel St. Olav
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... were reasonably busy with holiday traffic. This was the only downside of the Swedish portion of the route-a fair portion of our riding was on busy roads rather than designated cycling routes as we'd been accustomed to. We gained the impression too from the very old North Sea cycle route signs-often completely faded away, that cycling isn't a huge pastime in Sweden. Nonetheless the route was still pretty spectacular, although a little unnerving at times!
I arrived at Rygge Airport at about 4pm on 24 July 2013 and was met at the airport by Camilla and her folks. We drove straight back to Camilla's and sat out on the balcony overlooking the lake drinking tea and chatting. Before I knew it, it was dinner time and Camilla's mum had made potato bake and steaks for dinner with salad. We continued to all sit outside together talking about anything and everything from when Camilla was in Australia to when she came to South Africa ...
So I've been down to Arendal to see the distant relatives. Anna Berit, (daughter) Randi, (mother) and Odd (father) The first couple days were pretty quiet since everyone had to work. But Norwegians change when may 17th rolls around. I was told that we would be going to see a parade in the morning so I would have to get up early in the morning for breakfast. So being the responsible gentleman that I have become I woke myself up around 7:30. As I come down for breakfast in my ...
Arriving back in town, I decided to retrace some of the route Griff, Ash, and I took back in February. In particular, I went to the bakery that we went to to warm to up. The same cheerful girl was working there (maybe she just remembered me from last time and was happy to see me again). I took my Norwegian pastry and sat and enjoyed it in the city square, observing Norwegians in their daily life.
Afterwards, I headed back for the ...
... how much there is around here that I still haven't seen. I think we discover a new place of interest every day. (See pictures) It's fun to just follow a trial through the woods to see where it'll take you. I actually got lost on Friday, I think it was. I found an ancient wooden ski jump that looked to be unused in 30 years.
On Saturday (and yesterday, with Stian), I walked around the southern tip of the island, along the sea. It was ...