Thon Hotel Sandnes
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... s ferry cost us Kr400 / $80, and they have lots of them), free parking, free use of bus/taxi lanes, etc etc. Per has calculated that the savings alone will more than fund a purchase loan.... Last year they sold 100, this year they are at about 5000 and still going. And the amazing part is they they look stunning IMHO, and also, go like a scalded cat - o-100 in 4.6 sec...... I foresee it being the car of the future - you read it here folks.! Tha's all folks The Seldos ...
... in and spent a good 20 minutes trying to find our building then our room. Leandra's leg was already starting to turn a lovey shade of blue and purple. We hit the Chinese place across the street and devoured the Chinesey goodness. Skyped home and showed them our battle scars. We both have developed blisters that have turned into calluses on our hands from our luggages. It's crazy. Frankfurt is not so pretty, I'm not very fond of it at all. Switzerland tomorrow! We are so excited to get back ...
... I managed to find a group of 3 pretty serious looking Norwegian hikers and they were more than happy to share a cab. In the cab they asked me if I would like to join them for the walk as they take a slightly different path than usual which I immediately accepted. What I didn't realise was the pace these guys were going to hike(/run) at!
The hike that was supposed to take around 2hrs was completed in just over 1hr and by the time we got there I ...
... Norway was going to be.
The ferry took 2 hours to make the crossing to Kristiansand in Norway and we were thankful for the traffic jam caused by all the vehicles coming off the ferry, as this gave our GPS time to "find" itself. The change in scenery from Denmark’s flat plains were startling. Hills and mountains were the order of the day and we had not travelled one kilometre before we encountered the first tunnel (the first ...
... At Hylestad he instructed a right turn back onto the 45. We noticed a small notice as we left town saying something about a narrow road, cows and reindeer, and 1050m. To be honest we didn't take it all in because the road narrowed and started to climb, and climb and climb. We saw some snow in the distance and took a picture through the windscreen, thinking that would be the closest we would get. Wrong again. As I have said before, ad nauseam, the roads in Norway are very quiet. ...