Rica Park Hotel Drammen
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Very well done, too. Apart from a cup of coffee and just generally taking in the feel of the city, we didn't try to do too much else. We're pretty much over sight seeing - which is not good when London is on tomorrow. I'm sure it will be OK. Dinner and a bit of dancing followed by a 9.30pm home time, where we watched Mexico get walloped by Japan in the Little League World Series Semi Final. Then ...
... tourist road was only going to take an additional 10 minutes so again we made a long trip even longer - but again it was worth it. The tourist road snaked over the mountain to the south east of Sleia-Storebotnen and featured glaciers right up to the edge of the road, sheep laying on the road because it was warmer, beautiful lakes, waterfalls and a cold wind that went right through my motorbike cargo pants and chilled my legs to the bone. Jess' fingers went numb, I ...
... we didn't want to hike 6 hours to get to it and this glacier was practically right by the side of the main road. We got off the bike and walked up the glacier a little, although it was a little scary to do this with only hiking shoes and not proper snow or glacier boots. After some photos, we headed back to the bike and were on our way again. We saw a couple of okay looking spots but we were still not in the National Park which was where we'd planned on camping since we knew ...
... He in turn, would spend his creative life beautifying Oslo with his sculpture garden. From 1924 to 1943 he worked on-site, designing 192 bronze and granite statue groupings, 600 figures in all, each nude and unique. He even planned the layout and landscaping of the park.
Next up was the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, the site of one of the world’s oldest ski jumps. Holmenkollen has hosted many championships, including the ...
... work really well. I think the rest of their world could learn a thing or two from Norway and should consider adopting some of its policies. It just seems superior in so many ways. Norway has the fourth highest per capita income in the world and is the 2nd wealthiest country in the world. All of the homes in the fjords are powered by hydropower. It is the 2nd least densely populated country in Europe and it is so clean! The water is clear, the air is clean, and ...