Norlandia Geilo Hotel
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Norlandia Geilo Hotel
Travel Blogs from Geilo
... the drivers announcements were all in Norwegian and I had no wifi. I could have bugged the driver but he seemed to be talking on the phone a lot and I didn't think he really needed any other distraction. Also didn't help that halfway up my bladder decided to make itself known, and there were no toilets on the bus. Harald had insisted I take sandwiches for the journey, which came in handy otherwise I would have gotten quite ...
... Eventually we came to Aurland fjord. Now looking at my ipad maps, it is 224km from Aurland to the norwegian sea. But thats by road, I'm not sure of the distance as the crow flies, but its a bloody long way. And yet here we stood, at this massive body of salt water. Cruise ships come down here it is so deep, and yet we are about 200km inland. It must have been great fun trying to map the norwegian coast, its all like this. ...
Sorry I haven't had time to blog. I just wanted to get some photos up for you all. This place is so beautiful I just had to share. Harald has been an amazing host, although Tanya and Will have been very corrupted the poor man with Carlton football club hear. I shall have to rectify ...
... 200 old age tree one tree producing 500 kg of fruit. Best part was the delicious apple pie cream and ice cream.
The weather has been hot today.
Stayed at Dr Holms Hotel this hotel:
- 1909 Hotel opened the same time as the railway between Oslo and Bergen. Dr Holms as health resort for respiratory diseases.
- 1940-45 Under German occupation with ...
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