Rainbow Hoyfjells Hotel

Address: Oppland, Eastern Valleys, N-2622 , Norway | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by redtilly on Jul 14, 2015

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The Norge Vegmuseum - not what you would think. This is Norwegian for the Norway Road Museum in Lillehammer. At the moment it has a display called "Racing" - Norwegian race and rally cars and motorbikes. There is also an extensive permanent display of roading machinery, some old buildings and an underground mine that you can walk through. It was really good and an easy way to spend a few hours. Neville really enjoyed seeing some of the ...


A travel blog entry by peterkier on Jun 07, 2013

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Passing Trollstigen early in the morning. We were in luck and the clouds had left the mountains. Amazing ascent and afterwards seeing the view of the fiord. We headed further op the mountains towards Jotunheimen and passed the area in 1038 meter. Carried on inwards towards Lom, a very old mountain village. The heavy rain earlier this week had ruined a lot of the roads and landscape, but we managed to go by the Peer Gynt road ...

In Norway, and It's Raining... Bummer!

A travel blog entry by agronomist on Aug 20, 2012


... he takes takes pictures of (wall placards, information signs, etc.), then captures all the details in the evening as he views his pictures and writes his blog. If you have not already done so, you’d better check out his blog linked to his Facebook page, so you’ll get the “...rest of the story.”

My sleep deprivation is somewhat self-inflicted, or at least it was last night. In an attempt to get ...

Re-Living The Lillehammer 94 Olympics

A travel blog entry by dschoepke on Jun 16, 2012

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... We walked the Main Street and Walking Street of Lillehammer. Found a souvenir shop where we found a couple of small items. They weren't kidding when they said Norway is an expensive area. It rained off and on but we still have a great time. We took a trip up in to the mountains in the afternoon and saw the cabin where Karin spent most of her summers growing up. We stopped a the the downhill ...

Lillehammer & the Gudbrandsdalen Valley

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jun 16, 2012

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... activity was a walking tour through Maihaugen open-air museum, one of the best in Norway. Traditional buildings from farms and communities all over the Gudbrandsdalen Valley have been moved here. Sue gave a nice commentary on some of the interesting aspects of life in the 18th and 19th centuries. Life was hard, but life was simple, and right and wrong seemed not so ...