Quality Airport Hotel Gardermoen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... us another delicious meal. It was, you guessed it, a bbq. But we were definitely not sick of bbqs since they do beat eating packet pasta and two minute noodles. We had a big sleep in the next morning to recover from our camping trip and long hours on the bike, followed by some organisation of our next lot of trips. I wanted to get the sleeping mat and sleeping bag back before we could relax and do some more sight seeing in Oslo and Sverre wanted to get ...
... long time before the situation in Syria is resolved. It also showed the risks faced by teams tasked with the practical removal of these substances. Nasty painful death in some cases. Apparently they have to do regular "alertness" drills when they're not in the field to maintain the state of mind they need on the job. I don't think I could do that, but they do - for months at a time. I think that's as significant a sacrifice as most war heroes, and in pursuit of peace and ...
... if you're not actually doing something besides walking around, sighting seeing can get a bit old. Luckily, Norway has let me explore many fjords and mountains that are beautiful. Staying in Honefoss led me to some boredom at times but I managed to stay busy by communicating with my family, friends and an occasional movie every few nights. The days here were very bright and long. I would see the sun at 3:30am and it would not ...
... According to the girl at our hotel, there is a taxi "mafia" in Tallinn.
Tallinn taxis operate in a number of parallel universes with each company setting their own flag fall and price per km. This sport is keenly discussed and commented on by the locals who know most of the rules, but not the tourists. The largest taxi company is owned by the ferry line and they are the only ones allowed to pickup from the terminal. Guess who ...
... blog, and to supplement the photos used by my mother in her great voyage guide. She has painstakingly researched more or less everything a tourist sees — and doesn't see — from the ship as it makes its 11-day round trip from Bergen to Kirkenes and back.
If you are unfamiliar with Hurtigruten, it is a fleet of 11 ships under Norwegian registry, calling on about 34 different ports on the way north, ...