Lillehammer Stasjonen Hotel & Hostel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I slept for a lot of it. We arrived in Lillehammer just after five, had time to check in to the hotel and get settled, and then went off for a short orientation walk of the town before having dinner at a local microbrewery. It was definitely one of huge better meals I've had, and because I know you all like to know what I'm eating, I had a moose burger - that's right, moose burger. It was quite nice actually, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the reindeer. If to makes ...
... room over looks a small farm similar to what we saw at the Maihaugen Museum, complete with grass roof. Many on the trip commented. how it would be nice to relax here for a day, watching the scenery, walking the hills, etc. Our dinner was at the hotel. It was buffet and was very enjoyable. We worked at the computer for awhile in the lobby (no internet in the rooms) before returning to the room. I repacked while Jean watched a German game ...
... 229; ruta. Den gamle Toyotaen roper etter bensin, og OL-byen Lillehammer ble nådd akkurat i tide! Vi tømte oss selv og fylte opp bilen - med bensin - og gjorde en liten sightseeingrunde i byen. Dette er nå det nordligste punktet Bia har sett i Norge, men det slutter ikke her. Neste stopp blir for middag.:-) Primeira paragem do ...
... but they say stuff like this happens when you least expect it. She lives really close to me on campus, and takes her studies serious as well, so we spend a lot of time in the library or learning/study zone together but try to have some fun as well (get your mind out of the gutter). It has been really nice to find someone that I have so much in common with to spend time with here, I really like her and am excited to see what the future holds for us!
Over winter break ...
... assured me that the time spent traveling through the countryside would be the most interesting part of the trip so he could see the farmland and timber production stands. I guess I have worn him out dragging him from place to place. By the way, today he turned 77 years of age. It is not an age you would assign to him had you just met him, as he looks and acts years younger than that. I guess I am pretty lucky to have someone so active as him as a ...