Quality Hotel & Resort Straand
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had caused the church to be closed so we could only see the outside! The walk by the river was beautiful, though, and it was easy to see the damage which had been done by the flood.
After lunch we went on a bus to Stegastein lookout for wonderful views over the fjord. It was a bit misty but that didn't spoil the view. ...
Up early again this morning for a 300km trip to Vradal in the south west of Norway. It is raining which is to be expected in this part of the world but not cold. The clouds are low this morning making it very foggy as we wind our way through the mountain ranges. Waterfalls abound as do rapidly running rivers and large lakes. There is minimal habitation in these heavily forested mountains. Occasionally you will see a smattering of wooden houses, many ...
... at the station at 12:15 pm, but then we found out our train wouldn't arrive until 2:45 pm. We were served cauliflower soup and bread while we waited.
We finally left at 3:00 pm and stopped at the Kjosfossen Waterfall where a Norwegian Maiden tried to lure a man to the falls. Legend says she has a cow tail that will disappear when she marries a man. There are many legends ...
We moved into our apartment on March 1. We came with two trailers of furniture, and were accompanied by John, Shane's uncle that took care of us in Kongsvinger, and Karianne, Shane's cousin. They pulled together some furniture for us to begin to fill our large apartment. After some pretty serious shopping at Beltima (Norways' equivalent to Walmart...I know, but it's so expensive here...) and IKEA (thank GOD for ...
... We explored a couple of roads off of the main road, and were rewarded both times! The first took us to a quiet path with a view of the lake to enjoy the entire way. The second led to a summer cabin, not in use quite yet. We trekked up the hill with Thor, our solid new Subaru Outback, and found a lovely table and bench (made of local rocks) to enjoy our lunch in ...