Norlandia Osterdalen Hotel

Address: Rena, Hamar, Hedmark, Eastern Valleys, 2450, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rena, Hamar.
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Travel Blogs from Hamar

Day 19 - Hafslo to Elverum

A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 07, 2013

5 photos

... continued south and turned left through Elverum. Alison felt that as this was going to be our last night in Norway, we should lash out, and eat out. However, when we looked at the menus and found out that a cafe style meal would cost about £70, she had second thoughts. So we find ourselves in a car park beside a lake, nature reserve and swimming place. With toilets. We've had sausages, potatoes, home made ...

An Epic weekend at Bjorn's

A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold on Feb 06, 2011

2 comments, 39 photos

... and yes, there was food. Score! Some parts (the trivia in particular) were targeted more toward the Norwegian students, but whatever. I had a great time. Afterwards, Griffin, Ashley, Bjorn, and myself hastily packed our bags and caught the train to Bjorn's house in Brumunddal, about 100 miles north of Moss. Despite our efforts, we arrived at the train station just as our train was leaving. Argh! Luckily, it was only a 45 minute wait ...

Northern Exposure

A travel blog entry by glittenberg on Jul 14, 2010

6 photos

... She had to take care of the horse each day, getting up early to bring “Mira” in from the pasture and feed and groom her. She had to learn a lot about horse care, and took a written test at the end of the week to get a certificate and diploma—in Norway, all riders are rated by levels. Best of all, she got to spend the week with her two cousins, Sarah (11) and Mayah (9).
On the last day of camp, ...


A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner on Jun 18, 2010

... As we hit the western side, the mountains became white with frosted tops. As we explored the Dovrefjella national park we were able to get amongst the snow and melt waterfalls, but were bombarded with arctic winds and forced to retract into bigwig like a frightened hermit crab.

The wind is a little hectic here in the mountains. We’re getting buffeted again like that time in Denmark. It’s really hard to sleep with it smashing against the ...

The Bee Hive!

A travel blog entry by tinga on Sep 19, 2007

4 photos

... bikes inside it and everyone practically lives in it. I think that the creepest part of the name is that for some reason ther are ALWAYS real bees in the house as well. We have absolutly no idea how they get in, but everyday there is at least one bee flying around. WEIRD! go to: &nbs p; to see our bee ...

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