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 ...
... for the amazing kindness, generosity and hospitality these wonderful people have given us so freely off their own backs, but I’m lacking in the virtue of patience right now, though Felix still seems to have plenty.
Finally after two days of stuffing around deciding what to do, a decision has been made and hopefully tomorrow the order of parts we don’t want anymore and the wrong payment will be rectified and the parts will be en-route via ...
... in Norway has been wonderful. It is impossible to write in words all that I've experienced, seen, and learned already in the past week. The travel was VERY long. I was awake for over 30 hours straight and about 21 hours of it was traveling and lay-overs in airports. Here's a picture of the group in the Minneapolis Airport before embarking on our ...
... room, dinning room and two bedrooms- for three people). So it is beautiful here (not right now though, it's very cloudy). Spent a lot of time walking the last couple of days... since that is pretty much our only form of transportation. If we have to go to the other side of town then we will take the bus. Everything is so expensive... Get this... our first meal was McDonalds, and my double cheesburger and Coke ...
... season, but there is still no snow, so it's mostly just dark and dead here. Goodbyes have been a lot easier here than they were in Chile, I think for the most part because I haven't gotten as attached to my aquantances here. I've already gotten pretty good contact info for the few friends that I have gotten closer to here, so staying in touch should be pretty ...