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The friends that I had planned to stay with in Stockholm were away for the weekend and so had to find a place to spend a couple of days between Oslo and Stockholm. Had planned to have reached them already but hadn't anticipated the breakdown obviously.
Said goodbye to Norway, quite relieved that the car had made it out of the country alive (at least Sweden would be significantly cheaper if ...
... the story about Elveseter is the story about a family of gifted craftsmen and pioneers in the hotel and leisure industry, who dared to think differently and succeed. Today, Inger and Rungne Elveseter are the owners and the hotel is managed by Top of Norway. Rungne`s parents, Jessie and Aamund, built Elveseter and Leirvassbu up to be nationally renowned tourist destinations. Tourists from all walks of life, queens, kings, and heads of state as well ...
... seem to be red here. We learned that our version of the dream for a house with a white picket fence here is a red house and a potato field. Warren joked that 'you can have a blue house here as long as it is red'. We also took a nice walk in the woods. The forest floor is a carpet of lingonberry bushes. And blueberries. And mosquitos. We were also introduced to the local cinnamon roll which is full of cardamom. Delicious and addictive. I think I might need one a day. Or ...
Back for lunch then went to see a traditional raising of the Midsummer pole, accompanied by much music and very professional dancing, in a rural setting. Numerous folk in the traditional Dalarna local dress. Very talented musicians, young and ...
... the enormous polar bear playing ball in the lake, and a wolf carrying its cub by the scruff of its neck. We were warm when the wind dropped, about 10 minutes of our whole visit. Back in town we joined the throng to watch the mid-summer parade. Numerous folk in local national dress, black skirts with aprons etc. of brilliant greens and reds, the local band, and the parade led by a girl, ...