Rica Victoria Hotel Lillehammer
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... Park. This is Norway's oldest national park, known for its reindeer herds (we didn't see any), and as an alpine hiking area. The alpine vegetation is certainly a change from what we have been seeing. Here growth is sparse and dry. In some area the ground looks as though it ...
... in sports or the Olympics. After this we headed back down into town for a bit of lunch, and wandering around the food and crafts markets that were going on in the town center. Food stalls from around hitherto world selling all sorts of interesting looking food - I managed to resist the interesting looking pastries, and he nougat cakes though. A great display of willpower if ever there was one. I then decided, somewhat foolishly, that I would head up hill to try and ...
... of community. The church was the center of their community life. It appears that is still the case in Norway, especially in the rural communities.
After spending time at the Ringebu stave church we were back on the busy E6 highway to Lillehammer. At Lillehammer we stopped to visit the Maihaugen museum, described as Norway's best open air museum. The founder of the museum was a man named Anders Sandvig.
Anders was a dentist ...
... lock in northern Europe, not sure if she meant just this single lock or the group of four. We had been lucky that it was a Sunday when we visited as the locks are closed, empty and in the process of being renovated so the area would probably be closed to idle wanderers like us if it had been a work day.
Some way further on we came to another lock and a lake where there were a couple of tour boats moored. It seems from a sign my humans read that ...
... open up the next shed. So from week to week you never know which shed will be open and what will be in it.
It was so cool, all that old stuff, if we were in Australia we would have bought so much stuff. Water proof clothes, thermals, socks, gloves, coats, shirts, camo gear, (snow camo gear is just plain white stuff! I never thought of that!) so many nice warm jumpers in all different greens and browns - we were specially thinking how much Felix’s father ...