Radisson Blu Lillehammer Hotel
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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 ...
... an offer we couldn't refuse. So off we went sixty five kilometres back towards Dokka and into the forest to get Nina.
She was still sitting there just as we left her, as was all our stuff thankfully. As I packed up the little tent I had made , I looked around at the forest and heard the river rushing in the valley, I thought of the lovely little stream we had been getting water from and sitting on the track cooking and was very sad to be leaving. We had such ...
Our schedule has been such lately that we have a lot of time off to hang out (or study, as our teacher says) but instead we usually just sleep in and watch Norwegian MTV. However, on our most recent day off from classes, a few of us went out on a little bike ride around the lake area of Hamar to see what else there was to be seen. It was delightful! A lot of the trip was done on bumpy forest like trails, so it is safe to say it was more ...
... the norwegian word for beer, so i will have to practice it...a lot. A funny thing happend at lunch while i tried to buy a norwegian waffle in the cafeteria. I went up to the lady and tried to swipe my debit card and something on the reader popped up that isn't supposed to pop up, and i just stared at her nervously. finally, i rememberd my phrase 'i don't speak norwegian!' and looked at her, and she began to laugh and informed me in ...
... started attacking anyone affiliated with the government. He was forced to run away from his home and his family for fear of the rebels coming to kill him. He ended up at a refugee camp and two years later his wife managed to find him. She did not know what had happened to him and for a while assumed that he had died, but somehow was able to find him. He was then reunited with his wife and 3 of his four children. The eldest had also run off for fear ...
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