Lillehammer Stasjonen Hotel & Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to get to the top! And even better….climbing the stairs was free! My quads paid the price! Haha. Good workout! It was so much easier coming back down the stairs.
There was also a real quaint pedestrian street lined with restaurants, cafes and little shops – it was a good place to have a hot chocolate.
Back on the train later in the afternoon headed back to Oslo. I was ...
... Einar, a space we can hire to get us undercover so I can carry out the necessary repairs out of the elements. Replacing the head gasket is as big a job as I would want to tackle on the road and comes with the potential for increased stress levels. Unfortunately you never know how well it has gone until some thousands of kilometre later, although fitting a new head as well as a head gasket should help I hope.
Wish us luck!
... s own country properly until 1905, much later than I thought. So that was very interesting. After that, we did the open air part, which was even more interesting. It's quite a bit area, and has over two hundred buildings from various stages of Norway's history, including schools, churches farmhouses and many others. There are also actors there who are dressed in the fashions of the time and can tell you a bit more about the history of a particular building. As well as ...
... had a panel for each of the modern day Olympics. It was a quick synopsis of the Olympics with a slant to the major event that occurred and how the Norwegians performed. It was interesting. Lillehammer was definitely an area we wished we had more time to explore. A day trip was not enough. Back to the city for Sangria in a little restaurant next to the hotel. Then dinner at a French place. Overall a great ...
Archaeologists who have studied these carving in recent years have filled them with a red substance and that makes them much easier to see in photos, so my humans really liked that.
It would have taken a great deal of work to chip and etch these drawings into the hard granit using just the stone tools that we available at the time. It is believed that some were modified in the Bronze and Iron age from 500BC to 1AD. The tools used were ...