Rica Dyreparken Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
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... exciting pass in Europe! (pictures at the bottom)
2/ Transfasgarasan in Rumania, a pass later described by the "Top Gear" team as even better than the Stelvio (not that I agree)-( picture at bottom)
3/ Stylsevegen in Norway, The road leading into the town of Stylsebotn in Southern Norway.
The picture (shown) I have had on my computer(s) for 18 years with ...
... knickers! What luxury. Back on the boat to dump the washing then a quick wander around some of the older streets, then back to the boat where I repaired the broken guest toilet seat and Julie put the beds back together. Now at 18:30 and typing this in the warmth of the (covered) cockpit, all is well with the world and tomorrow, we intend taking a long walk in the town’s forests which start less than 400 yards from where we’re moored. A good ...
... apart from when guns were fired at British warships during the 1800’s. Dotted in the town are some nice sculptures and statues and all in all, we concluded that it was a pleasant, airy town and a nice place to live.
When we got back to the boat I spent some time hosing it down to rid the hull and fittings of salt and then it was haircut time – Julie does a grand job with an electric razor with a #3 guide on – ie my hair is now a uniform ...
... not much but enough to start us worrying. We were on main roads and we were in Sweden so nothing to worry about. It was starting to settle a little on the side of the road but not in the middle, it seemed the Swedes had some amazing invisible device that could control where the snow fell and they'd not told England about it. But, oh o, it looked like the devise only worked up until eleven o'clock and then switched off, because the snow was settling on the ...
Aerial view of Kristiansand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <b>Sep 11, Wed:</b> <b>KRISTIANSAND </b>is the southernmost port city of Norway with a population of 84k inhabitants. It was founded in 1641 and named after ...