Quality Hotel Grand Kongsberg
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... we couldn't find the LPG station, and on by the 7 to the big ski-ing centre of Geilo, where we joined the 40 towards Kongsberg.
This road was a bit of a ...
... wonderful scenic sections of the road up this pass. At one point I
stopped at what looked like a old tunnel blasted out of the rock. This was the
old route and is now used for walkers and cyclists only.
With no cyclists or people to be seen I decided to head up this very scenic
old road and see what it was like. The views from this road were amazing but
after a few miles or so it crossed the new road and there in the parking bay
were a number of ...
So here I find myself making the scenic 30 minute drive north to Kongsberg once again. It's 8 o clock and Chase and I decided to drive up and visit Halover for a festive Friday night. Usually the boys and I do not drink but since it's preseason we felt we had to take advantage of the free time. We arrived at Halovers doorstep at around 845-9; where we were greeted with a cold beer and dinner that Halover's wife had prepared for us. We began to eat and drink, ************ about ...
Today I am writing from Halover`s house in Kongsberg, which is about a half hour northeast of my apartment in Amot. The reason why im in Kongsberg is Champions League, my apartment doesnt have the greatest selection of televison channels so I`ve decided to stay with Halover so I could watch Bayern Munich play Arsenal.
We headed straight to his house after practice on tuesday, it was pretty dark so I didnt get to check out the scenery as much as I wanted to. Before we arrived ...
... He mentioned a list of jobs I could work ranging from being a bagger at a grocery store, to even becoming a baker for a couple months. The thing about Norway is that they are super old fashion when it comes to work. All you have you have to do is go door to door and literally ask if there are openings for any positions. If there are openings they will tell you to fill out an application, which consists of a couple generic questions, where ...