Quality Hotel & Resort Fagernes
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Sunday morning: Stuck in the middle of nowhere with a broken down car and the previous weeks' beautiful sunshine has been substituted for an absolute downpour.
The lady at the lodge brought me a coffee as I tried to call my insurance company on the very slight chance that my policy might cover something towards the breakdown. Unsurprisingly not. Even if I had taken out the breakdown recovery extra, a tow for 10 miles wouldn't have been close to enough to get me ...
The weather is very good, the sun is shining and feels really warm, it's a bit windy. Today we left Dragsvik and took there the ferry to Hella. From Hella we drove to Gaupne and from there we took a tourist route named 'Sognefjellsvegen', what we ...
The Ødegårds took us out for a little Norwegian tour. We first visited the Borgund Stave-Church which is a 900 year old church that is still standing. The architecture was beautiful and it was covered with a shiny, black tar schlack. This was the first really really old place I had visited in Europe. I found it so impressive that people almost 1000 years ago could build such beautiful buildings. Why ...
... with their names and then quickly modified them as they knew Americans would pronounce it. After the quick intros, it was back to speaking Norwegian and avoiding English in front of the crowd. Bim had told us earlier that people are embarrassed to speak English to us because they think they sound funny or are saying things wrong. After learning this I went out of my way to encourage English and nod and act like I knew exactly what they were saying. I think this made people feel ...
... That left us with an hour and a half to explore on our own.
We walked up the hill on a winding road. It took us a good hour to climb the road, and we were going at a fairly good clip, so it was far longer of a walk than we had thought it would take. Finally, we arrived at the church that was built in 1888. I pulled out my itinerary to check the picture I had of one of the outbuildings my uncle Lonny and Gary had visited in 2000. I studied the ...