Radisson Blu Lillehammer Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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We are at a turning point in our trip as we have gone as far north in Norway as we have time for and have now come south to Lillehammer.
We took a couple of diversions from the direct route to include some scenic roads. The first was the Tourist Route through ...
... been waiting for all week was delivered to the service station/post office a few kilometres down the road. Thats how far out we are, parcels scheduled to be delivered to the door get left down the road, the UPS guys don’t bother driving all the way out. So on the same trip to get the parcel, Geir and Stine took us to a wonderful, wonderful army disposal shop. It’s actually just an old store shed on the army base opened up as a shop. When one store is empty of ...
... the camping and place we were in which is incredibly beautiful - exactly the reason we have come to Norway.
In the afternoon however our spirits were marginally lifted when we walked five kilometres into Dokka and forgot about Nina for a while. As we were walking to town we found some wild strawberries. After the experience in Italy where the wild strawberries were horrible tasting or simply bland, we were a little dubious about wild strawberries but ...
... made me when we got back. normally salt water air makes me tired, but i had no idea being out in the fresh air would have the same effect. so, we slept for about 8000 hours thursday night and woke up bright and early for our norwegian test friday morning. the test went well. our teacher is very kind and helpful in getting us through the test, so i think things went well indeed. after the test, i went for a nice long bike ride ...
Classes started this monday, and our first day began with an introductional meeting with the entire school led by the mayor of Hamar. I have now seen a Norwegian celeb! He is Norwegian's People Magazine worthy, I bet. Well I was just bored out of my mind, because it was completely in Norwegian, but the only thing that kept me interested were some very random traditional songs of norway, including one about a blueberry tree. I had no ...