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... lovely conservatory part of the Lido dining area, full of light and flowers, a nice spot for breakfast, whilst we trundle along. One of the best things is the unlimited laundry, for a small daily fee all popped in a bag,and off it goes, back before you know it, all on hangers and pristine,one could get very used to this, such a treat..!
Some other good things ..just finished Sue Monks Kidds The Invention Of Wings for those ...
... during their occupation.
We went out for dinner to a popular bar alongside one of the canals. We seemed to be the only ones eating (our fish burgers); everyone else was drinking beer. One of the locals, who seemed to have had a very relaxing afternoon, came up and scoffed at our glasses of white wine so Ruth bought Tom a glass of Dahl, the local pilsner, which pleased the ...
... and milkshakes at a 1950's american style diner, these seem to be popular in Norway, before we headed back on the road towards home.
As part of our journey we must drive over a mountain, which is known to close due to strong winds. While we were away this area had lots of snow fall, making it look just beautiful! At the top of the mountain we stopped so I could get out and experience -9 degrees. As ...
... spare land. So we chose the next closest one which was a few kms out of town. We we pulled in we were glad to see lots of camper vans so it looked like a campsite, though for some reason everyone looked to be leaving. Joe ended up speaking to a guy who told him that the campsite had closed down and that they'd all be staying there illegally! Apparently someone had come down and told them all to move ...
... There was a lot of work going on around, and in, the station.)
Left Trondheim on a regional train at 16.50 - due to arrive at Ostersund at 20.43. I didn't expect any marvelous scenery, so was going through some of the literature we'd collected - then half an hour into the trip, we went through Hell. lol. Over an hour later, we went through the border town of Storlien with all its ski lifts. [During World War II Storlien was used by the military and ...
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