Lillehammer Stasjonen Hotel & Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and lushness, and such spectacular mountains, valleys, fjords, waterfalls, glaciers etc, that it takes a lot for us to go 'wow'. For us the roads today, though beautiful, were different, and we need to get used to different 'beautiful'. I am sure it won't be a problem.
... programs. Even their prison system is renowned for the humane way they treat and reform criminals. The Norwegians look after their people.
We found the Norwegians to be friendly but reserved. They are very active, healthy and fit people who love to be outdoors. During their short summer they all get on the roads and go camping. We saw camp sites everywhere and they were full. Lots of people just pull over anywhere there is an open spot ...
We had a breakfast buffet in the Seven Seas Restaurant on the ferry. We then returned to our rooms to wait as the ferry docked in Oslo, about 9:45. We continued to wait in the room as the first wave of passengers left the ferry. Ten minutes later we joined them. We didn't have to go through Passport Control, even though Norway is not in the EU. Once outside we had to wait for our bus to leave the ferry before we could board. Once on ...
... senior lady whom my humans met several years ago in Antarctica and who still enjoys travelling here and there frequently. She has not long returned home from Israel. We spent a day with her at her home. She has a lovely home that sits on top of a hill that overlooks Oslo fjord. She and her late husband built it in the latter part of the 1940’s, and now the ‘powers that be’ have insisted the Americans could built a new embassy very close ...
... open air museum, Maihaugen in Lillehammer. This is a museum of several farm buildings showing how people lived in earlier times. There were several interesting exhibits. After Maihaugen, we stopped at the family farm of Jon's grandfather, Mosholen. The fisherman's chapel now part of Maihaugen used to sit on the island in the river by Mosholen. They had a beautiful view of the river and the hills and mountains across the river. We made a ...