Ustedalen Hotel

Gamleveien 32, Geilo, Buskerud, Eastern Valleys, 3580, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Gamleveien 32, 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 was directing us around the coast when route 7, the road that Lars had suggested we take, went a far more direct route. Jess suggested maybe it was a toll road, but I'd read that the toll roads in Norway were all around Oslo and we were well out of Oslo by now. Jess also suggested it might be because the road has a big gate giving it the capacity to be closed. I decided to veto Google Maps and take the road signed towards Bergen. Jess was right, about three-quarters ...

    And a fun time was had by all.

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

    1 photo

    ... because it was no sloeer than pedalling and we didn't have to expend the extra energy it takes to keep the bike upright and on the road. After a few hours we came to another hytte which has a very inviting unfinished grand hall. We ducked in there fir lunch and discovred that there was a ski team there for some sommerski in the mountains. We dallied there an hour and were very unhappy to put ourselves back out into the cold and wet and wind. Our courage was ...

    Mmmmm coffee

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

    5 photos

    ... We found a cute little hytta at Rødberg Where we had a quick supper of spaghetti and hit the hay. I fell asleep immediately but woke again very soon. There is a power plant across the river from the campground. Funny,we didn't notice the sound while we were exhausted and just needing to lie down. Oh,well.
    Day 2 was a lot like day 1. The exception was that we had three high passes to hump over.they were at 1100, 1050 aand 1020 meters respectively. ...

    Climbing up Hardangervidda in a school bus

    A travel blog entry by fendall on Aug 23, 2012

    61 photos

    ... so you could only see a portion of the waterfall in the distance. We also learned, that a French lady on a similar tour had plunged backwards from the top of the cliff while attempting to get a perfect picture that her husband was taking. That kind of put a somber mood as we spent some of the stop wondering what it would be like to plunge backwards off a perch like that and how far you would fall before you actually hit anything. I ...

    From Pillaging the World to World Peace

    A travel blog entry by obrian0620 on Nov 11, 2010

    22 photos

    ... a massive, expansive social welfare system. In fact, one of Norway's most debated domestic concerns is how much oil-profit to spend on funding welfare. Norwegians have opted for a social contract between them and their government which basically states that Norway's extremely productive workforce (ranked as the most productive on earth) is willing to sacrifice up to just under 50% of received salary in taxes. In exchange, they receive government ...