Rica Hotel Hamar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... coming. From there we stopped in at a flower shop for some flowers to place at my Grandparents grave in the Stange church yard. It is a solid 11th century church... the walls are about 4 feet thick!!! Stepping inside was like stepping back in time. As I stood there in front of the altar I could feel all the lives that have passed through this church... it was palpable and very emotional for me. I lit a candle .... the first I ever have as I'm ...
We had a slight flight delay at London Heathrow but made it to Oslo in time to catch the hour long train to Hamar. Mom and Dad were there to meet us along with Halvord, Ragnhild's son. He works for Norway's ministry of education and took off a week from work to cater to ...
... by carrot cake. There are quite a few families wild camping (in tents) round the lake. We originally stopped here just for tea, but we will probably spend the night here. Lots of midgey mosquitoey type insects around so the midge netting might get a stern test tonight. There are lots of signs on the main road warning that this area is a 'major elk highway' so who knows what other wildlife we will see. Mileage ...
We started today traveling to the nearby city of LÝten. There, we went to a candle store. Now, you may be thinking, "What? Of all the thing to do in Norway, he went to a candle store? What is wrong with that kid?!" Well, hear me out. This place was drenched in epicness. They had literally hundreds of different type of candles. And these weren't just your typical candles. They were shaped like animals, plants, food, ...
... we should come over right away. So Nina went back onto the trailer and we drove thirty kilometres out to see this man.
His place was really something from a dream, from another planet. His massive yard was filled with piles of metal, and well...just everything you might possible ever need for anything. His work shop was two industrial size sheds, one filled with cranes and every machine one could possible dream of to make any piece or new part, the other ...