Quality Hotel & Resort Hafjell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
Oops, got behind. I think it is mostly because it is a pAin to type on my phone so I keep avoiding it. But I have a lot of pictures and of course the longer I wait the less I am going to want to upload everything. So now I have to remember what happened a week ago. Lillehammer is a nice small town that happened to have the ...
When last you heard from me I was enjoying the gorgeous surrounds of our camping ground in fjordland in Norway, but I'm writing this from my hotel room in Mora, Sweden. That's right, I'm in a completely different country! But despite this, not a whole lot had actually happened in the last couple of days, but I will fill you in anyway. I also hope to start uploading some of my photos to Facebook tonight, just so that that task doesn't take too long when I get home. But I ...
... made in every decade of the 20th century. We walked back through the Olympic park, which looked very different than a day before without the Birkebeiner crowds.
Norway was my longest trip beside Easter break in a few weeks. The entire trip I could not get over how beautiful it was. Being in a valley you are always aware of the horizon, but not sure how far away everything really is.
... 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, ...