Rica Park Hotel Drammen
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Business Services
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... with plastic blocks. After farewelling Bente & Gyuszi, our great hosts, we caught the train to Stockholm on Friday. We had a good trip with wifi on the train so I was computered out by the time we got there (4.5 hours). In Stockholm we tried our first airbnb with a lovely lady called Astrid. It is supposed to be just accommodation (I think) but she had a meal of salmon, potatoes and salad ready for us when we arrived. . The days were even longer there. It was ...
... moved our camp over to a site that opened up which had a table. We were feeling pretty smug, when we sat up our camp stove and started our pasta.
Watch out for that perfect spot! A big black cloud started over and soon there were a few drops of rain. We laughed and thought that we could weather this one. The Europeans kept walking on to the lake nearby, we kept cooking and setting up our table. Then the rains hit, heavy ...
... about 6,000 people including staff with approx 1 staff member for every 3 passengers. The only time it has felt crowded is using the lifts and at breakfast. I would prefer breakfast in our room but John likes going to the buffet breakfast and doesn't like the smell of food in our room and the food is usually not very hot. But I don't like the crowds at breakfast. But we will work it out..... The boat is so big ...
... what we would have done, as it was getting quite late. A bit off putting though, as the place was full with caravans - absolutely no other tents in sight, and the only place she could put us was in front of an empty cabin, in view of everyone who walked by. We did have a good view of the lake though, so that kind of made up for it.
The tent went up easily enough, and so we headed to bed at about 11pm with eye patches on, since it was still light! A great look!
... I had one last stop at the Nobel Peace Center before calling it a day. Comparatively, this museum wasn't nearly as interesting as those visited earlier today, but there was a thought-provoking display describing the most recent winner of the prize, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). By this time, I was exhausted from museum overload, so I headed back to the hostel via a different route, passing some odd statues along the way. All in all, it was a very good ...