Quality Hotel & Resort Hafjell
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Olympic Tour since we have seen no less than 5 Olympic parks on this trip!). We also walked the streets of Lillehammer and visited the club the series Lillehammer is based on. It rained most of the day but was beautiful nonetheless .The evening ended with Tone preparing another wonderful traditional meal ending with a Norwegian "soft cake" that they use for birthday ...
... no apparent reason, other than to encourage 1800’s tourists. In some perverse way the bridge seems to fit amongst the rock towers, that were the original drawcard. The hotels however, that have been built since right next to the natural feature, are appalling. Unregulated or inappropriate tourism development throughout Europe has gone a long way to destroying it’s once beautiful natural attractions. This type of development, as promoted by the current Tasmanian ...
... city.The ostler later told us that's how it always goes. They had never allowed tenters before, but decided to try us out and gave us a patch of rocky, almost level ground to try out. I got my rig set up and slithered in to see if it was going to be alright. The next thing I knew, I was awakened by the sound of Greg doing up my tent zippers for me some two hours later. Hee hee. I got up and had a sandwich and a shower and a cup of tea in the hotel, then ...
... and immediately noticed the Olympic Ski Jump that was used during the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Our first stop was at Maihaugen, which is another one of the Open-Air Museums. This particular one includes 180 buildings and 40,000 exhibits. Our group was split into two equal groups and introduced to our local guide Margot. She led us into the Geilo Stave Church that dated back to the 12th century, a typical farm home from the ...
... a well cared-for resort which never became too busy, too tracked-out and, in the light of my lack of exercise prior to the trip, too much of a strain trying to negociate the terrain. The mountain restaurants seemed to offer mainly snack-style food, as well as fast food-type offerings, yet one spot in particular, a western-style Sports / Music bar named 'Woody's' was a commendable lunchtime refuge spot for its limited, ...