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... little hytte, undoubtably the most luxurious we had encountered, but not even close to being the most expensive.
Friday morning we pedalled from 222m to 900 and the Peer Gynt Vegen. This is another gravel road that eventually climbs to 1153M through more treeless or scrub treed highland before aiming us down towards Oyer. We find pavement again, at keast for a while. When we came to a crossroads we had to chose which side of the river to take. I ...
... in sports or the Olympics. After this we headed back down into town for a bit of lunch, and wandering around the food and crafts markets that were going on in the town center. Food stalls from around hitherto world selling all sorts of interesting looking food - I managed to resist the interesting looking pastries, and he nougat cakes though. A great display of willpower if ever there was one. I then decided, somewhat foolishly, that I would head up hill to try and ...
... of community. The church was the center of their community life. It appears that is still the case in Norway, especially in the rural communities.
After spending time at the Ringebu stave church we were back on the busy E6 highway to Lillehammer. At Lillehammer we stopped to visit the Maihaugen museum, described as Norway's best open air museum. The founder of the museum was a man named Anders Sandvig.
Anders was a dentist ...
... we stayed at in Ringebu is called the Spidsbergseter Gudbrandsdal Hotel (try saying that fast five times, or even once!). This is the place with the stuffed musk ox in the bar. I have included some pictures. This area is popular for Norwegians who like to hike and walk the trails here and many residents from Lillihammer and Oslo own summer homes in Ringebu.
Just outside the town of Ringebu we visited the ...
... as the small town of Ringebu and we are staying over in a rustic mountain resort. It is a very cool place with old wood floors, beamed ceilings, a stuffed musk ox in the bar and all kinds of neat nooks and crannies. We had the dinner buffet here which was huge, the most extensive that we have sen in Norway. I tried the elk and ox which were both quite tasty. The dessert table went on forever.
Our day started off nice ...
Other places to stay in Lillehammer
Turisthotelveien 6, Lillehammer | 4 star hotelfrom $158
Jernbanegaten 1, Lillehammer | 3 star hotelfrom $162
Storgata 84 B, 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