Rica Helsfyr Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... pleased with the little gifts I sent.
The only thing I forgot to buy in Norway were Pringles. I miss Paprika Pringles and I really wish that I could get them in North America. Oh well, I'll just have to go back to Europe again soon!
Then back to my hotel to empty my entire suitcase and repack everything as carefully as possible and get ready for ...
... now upmarket apartments. It was funny listening to the two older Canadian women behind us, they discussed at great length the wildlife that dropped down their chimneys, sounded like everything from squirrels to ducks ended up in their fireplaces and one even laid an egg! They didn’t have their earphones plugged in so there was a constant ‘oh, I wonder what that building is, it must be an embassy’ (it wasn’t). And then ...
... deal about instructions like "just leave your suitcases outside in the hall overnight", "Don't worry". In the end after a call to the emergency number of the trip organizers who said something vaguely different, we got extra baggage tags from the hotel desk and tagged our suitcases and left them with reception to store for early pickup. Setting four alarms (2 on iPad, 1 on iPhone and 1 on my watch) we retired for the ...
... plateau, and Central Otago). The tree of choice thru Denmark and lower Sweden is silver birch, and as we got further north they changed to what we think are probably spruce. The road was marked with lots of tunnels, up to eight kilometres long. I guess they make sense in really cold climates. The thing about Swedish buses is that they don't stop for any meal breaks, only to pick up and set down passengers and change drivers ...
... the city center in search of transportation to Vigeland Sculpture Park. We walked through some pretty little city parks and figured out how to buy tickets and which subway to take. We only needed to travel 1 stop. Vigeland was about a 10 minute walk after we got off of the train. On our walk we passed a Salvation Army thrift store which Ruth wanted to visit on our way back to the train. We also passed a skating rink with a statue of Sonja Henie and a large tennis club with ...