Quality Hotel & Resort Hafjell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We stopped here at a hostel in Gjøvik, called Norske Vandrerhjem. For us, this was a waypoint after leaving the mountains and before catching our flight back home.
The manager at this hostel, Steffen Csirmaz, was excellent. He made sure that our visit was perfect. I highly recommend the "Norske Vandrerhjem" in hostel in ...
... 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 ...
... Japp and Smil. And my bag is never without Lopper(flat bread made from potato). Good for a peanut butter roll up for lunch on a bus. Our hotel had a rooftop bar so a few of us went up trying to watch the sunset, but after awhile you just get too sleepy and have to give up. No matter what I am going to bed when it is light ...
... I can count, but Joey and his friends were very kind in trying to teach me. That night we went to Jon's house for a true Norwegian dinner. Jon is from Norway and studied at PC a few semesters back. It was great to see him and catch up.
The next day Joey and I explored Maihaugen, a museum dedicated to the old ways of the region. They have an old village set up along with houses ...
... 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, ...