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- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to need to have any more work done on it. Looked towards Sweden hoping for some slightly better luck.
Lake Siljan was a bit out of the way but was well worth the trip and made for a relaxing weekend, camping, swimming and kayaking. Avoided the temptation to spend a day at the water park, but drove around the gorgeous villages around the lake, populated with typical bright red ...
... acclaimed adventurers have all visited Elveseter and Leirvassbu.The family were always great collectors of art, which are on display today, including paintings of Norwegian masters as well as works from the great Norwegian wood carvers of the eighteenth century.One of the characteristics of Elveseter is the use of names and symbology from the ancient Norse Mythology. Names as Midgard, Utgard, Tor and Odin makes history come alive and creates a bridge ...
A nice bus ride with a very jolly Norwegian driver to Sweden looked a lot like driving in northern Minnesota. Flat rocky lakeshores with pines and birches and cabins. No wonder half of Scandinavia moved to MN. Mora is the town where they make the carved red horses called Dala. So there are statues everywhere and shops selling 500 kroner 2" high Dala. So much money, so I just took a picture instead. We took a great all day bike ride up to Orso and had lunch by the lake. All ...
Today we went with David's family to a traditional summer farm in the hills (a Fabod) where we saw traditional farming methods, goats, chooks, calves, cheese, and ancient wooden farm buildings with no electric light. Met by the family there who showed ...
... national dress, on a horse decorated with flowers in its mane. Left the event to go up into the hills to Slattberg to join David and Maria's extended family for a typical mid-summer outdoor meal, including herring and Schnapps. Saw a fox cross their paddock just before we left. Walked up the road to the village to watch the local folk hoist the maypole (actually called the midsummer pole ...