Radisson Blu Lillehammer Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... agenda yesterday was the Maihaugen, or open air air museum for those of you who don't speak norwegian. While the main attractions here are obviously the outside section, there is also a pretty good exhibit inside that gave us a much better idea about the history of Norway, which I had only heard a little bit about so far. Something I didn't really realize was that Norway was under Danish rule for around three hundred years, and then was in a union with Sweden, and didn't ...
... road’ the dealership was supposed to be on and it was nothing more then a small dirt road, the horse riding path looked like it got more traffic then this ‘road.’ We walked and walked and finally came to a few houses, nothing that looked like a dealership. And only one house on the street had a number. I was so tired and hopeless. I sat down on the road and cried. I couldn’t even wallow, the mosquitos were so thick that as soon as we ...
... and coffee. Overall, the food hasn't been bad! I've enjoyed trying new things and learning to read/figure out what I'm eating. Norwegian Culture At this point of the journey, I haven't noticed really huge differences in the Norwegian culture from our own Midwestern culture. I think that because many people in our area are Scandinavian immigrants, there ...
... around together, because all of the bikes are bright yellow, so we look like a biker gang or something. we have nicknamed ourselves 'the yellow jackets' so when you see us riding through town..get out of our way! we are going to be in the local paper next week talking about our new bikes! I think it's going to be more about warning the city of Hamar to look out for these crazy drivers, but we'll see. i ...
... watching her lead the class through dictation, little side-stories and other exercises. I sat with the woman from Iran and her friends again during the break, so that was nice. One of the women at the table was from the class I was visiting today, and offered me a tasty pastry that she had made. When I asked what they were she said they were cookies from Afghanistan. Yum! I couldn't stay for the whole class since I needed to pick up my food ...