Quality Airport Hotel Gardermoen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 7am! So I slumped onto the train half asleep. Then I woke up after a while to see pretty mountains! Then they got all rocky and snowy... And there were a ton of people biking near a station called Finse. Like dressed all in puffy jackets... Why!! I also saw some ski slopes that were thankfully not covered in snow. Seeing snow in the summer in the northern hemisphere is really unnerving! The ...
... told us that it would be at least 20 minutes before any traffic could get through. It was bloody cold, so in front of this quickly growing line of traffic we unpacked the bike, put jumpers on, had some fruit for a snack, and repacked the bike. It was well over 30 minutes before we could get through, and then the road was a rocky travel tar mix that I was convinced was about to give us a puncture. We stopped for fuel in Fagernes and had some hot dogs and ...
... to the port of Bergen. In the Middle Ages it was known as Holman and the king moved the Royal Seat to Holman in the 1100's and built a new Royal Palace there. A ring wall of stone was built to protect the wooden houses and Bergen became the capital of Norway Now housing the Fortress Museum and the famous Haakon's Hall constructed in the middle of the 13th century the largest building in the Royal Palace. Having fallen into disrepair it was rebuilt in the 15th century then again ...
As my last day in this country falls on a Tuesday, I began to think about all my adventures I have had in Norway. It has been a fun, long, hiking-filled month that I will remember forever. In this past month I have been able to visit many great cities including my home stay in Honefoss. Norway has been fun, but I am ready to move on and explore the rest of Europe. I believe this is true for just about anywhere you are traveling. After ...
... trek. He had been on the go for 7 months and was returning to Spain from China.
Onwards I head and it sure was feeling colder by the mile. The outside temp was anything between 10 and 13 Celsius but with that mighty cold westerly wind blowing it felt more like about 2 or 3 Celsius.
Finally at about 12 noon I arrive into Copenhagen. It has been dry the whole way here but looking up at the cloud it look like the heaven's were about to open any minute but thankfully they ...