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Geilovegen 55-57, Geilo, Buskerud, Eastern Valleys, 3581, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Geilovegen 55-57, Geilo.
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    Travel Blogs from Geilo

    Camping amongst Glaciers

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 25, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... it ran away any time we extended a hand to pat it. The lady came over and we chatted for a little bit, then she went on her way. Not a few minutes later, the dog must have run off on her or something because she was running down the road after it calling its name. Once she retrieved her dog, she had to walk past us again and awkwardly waved at us. We carried on, stopping for petrol every quarter of a tank because I always worry "maybe this is the last petrol I'll ...

    And a fun time was had by all.

    A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 07, 2014

    1 photo

    A fine night it was that we spent at Turtagro. As has become my custom I started to read Rudyard Kipling's Kim. Itas has become my custom fell asleep as soon as I start to read. The one night I did manage to stay awake a while I ended up dreaming I was back in India and not sure where I was headed.That night I got through a few pages. Wow. I woke up hours later still holding the sleeping tablet in place. Turtagro has a little facility called a tÝrkrom. You pronounce it ...

    Mmmmm coffee

    A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... home built and I'm fairly confidently hoping that they hold up for he whole trip..
    We were rained on. No surprise there, as the forecast was for scattered precipitation. The terrain was maybe a little surprising to me. I don't know why. Norway is all boreal forest, so the trees,bushes and flowers are all quite familiar. The architecture is quite different, though, and that keeps me from thinking I'm in Canada. The houses are mostly straight sided ...

    Climbing up Hardangervidda in a school bus

    A travel blog entry by fendall on Aug 23, 2012

    61 photos

    ... the roadside after crossing a stone bridge. The path led behind the falls, and the view from beyond the waterfall, looking back toward the bus was amazing. Unfortunately, while going through one of the many tunnels, we heard a loud pop, and I thought we had a flat tire. We limped through the tunnel and got to a spot with a shoulder. The loud noise we heard was actually the turbo going out, so we were unable to get the bus to go over about ...

    From Pillaging the World to World Peace

    A travel blog entry by obrian0620 on Nov 11, 2010

    22 photos

    ... high taxes and natural transportation costs all being contributory factors. As an example, when I was in Norway, I purchased a McDonald's Big Mac for around $7.20. Prices in general are sky-high, with the cost of "grabbing a beer" suffocating and a nice dinner out basically costing me a non-vital organ. However, and this is a huge "however," for Norwegians a completely different reality is reflected through their extremely enviable wages. Norwegian ...