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... historical buildings, they also have buildings from relatively recently too, including the 1950s, 70s, 80, and 90s. Really very cool, and something I would definitely recommend to anyone who finds themselves in Lillehammer. We spent a good few hours wandering around, and then it was on to the Olympic museum - a seemingly obvious place to go in a town whose main claim to fame is the Olympics. The exhibition goes through the history of the modern Olympics, summer and winter, ...
We made the most of our last day in Norway travelling from Ringebu to Oslo with a stop in Lillehammer along the way.
Our first stop was the Ringebu stave church which I described in the previous blog. As you can see by the pictures it was another beautiful sunny day. It had rained the night before so everything was fresh and sparkling. Everywhere in Norway we have been impressed by how well the Norwegians care for the graves of their ...
... so to the style.
My humans really enjoyed the best part of a whole day visiting a large number of sites and the museum where there was a replica of a bronze age farm. Looked very 21st century to L because many of the logs used had been sawn by a chain saw, and the leather used to shield the fire from the thatch roof had been cured by the most modern of methods.
Called into a supermarket and topped up our supples before heading ...
... Other than that it is much more independent study here, do the readings, come to class, discuss the reading, write your paper, repeat. That being said all the lecturers are very knowledgeable and will help you outside of class if needed. I wouldn't say it is harder here, just a bit different. We also get 5 weeks after this term to study for our final exams which are in May and June. I finish up my exams on June 18th, and return home on July 9th.
For my travels so far here ...
... in Scandinavia, so we have been pretty lucky.
Our tour guide told us that there are more people with Norwegian Heritage living in America today then are living in Norway.
We drove past Lake Miosa, which is a very large lake near Lillehammer. It stretches 68 miles in length, and at its widest point it is 11 miles. From the road you could swear that it is a river, but it doesn’t flow in any direction. At about 1:30 we arrived ...
Other places to stay in Lillehammer
Turisthotelveien 6, Lillehammer | 4 star hotelfrom $158
Jernbanegaten 1, Lillehammer | 3 star hotelfrom $162
Storgaten 84B, Lillehammer | 3 star hotelfrom $205
Storgata 108B, Lillehammer | 3 star hotelfrom $182
Railway Station Jernbanetorget 2, Lillehammer | 2 star hotelfrom $99
Elvegaten 12, Lillehammer | 3 star hotelfrom $230
Birkebeinerveien 24, Lillehammer | 3 star hotelfrom $177