Norlandia Geilo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... minimum. They can get their vehicles serviced on time so that it does not trouble the driver during the journey and goods can be delivered to the destination on time. Well maintained vehicle means that you will get more average mileage and less fuel consumption which will eventually helps the managers to bring down overall cost of transportation.GPS software gives turn by turn instructions of the route to ...
We arrived at the Oslo international airport early in the morning. Time zone difference was killing us, so we decided to go straight to our hotel. It was much cheaper to go by train, but we took the cab anyway. It took as about an hour to reach the Clavion Collection Hotel Savoy. Despite the fact that we were hungry, we went straight to our bed, as soon as we checked in.Alarm clock woke us up just before the ...
... but has a checkered history, having been one of the locations for Heinrich Himmler's Aryan breeding programs - Norwegian girls having children with SS officers! Part of the drive to breed the pure Aryan race. It seemingly started with good intent, to provide places for unwed mothers to have their children and not have to have abortions (apparently the rate being very high in Germany at the time). ...
... the Songenfjord and then had to take a ferry ride over to Laerdal. The valleys we passed through are lovely with the snow capped mountains in the distance.
When we got to the accommodation we went for a walk into the “sentrum” (the city centre). There were lots of small cottages and little alley ways – my kind of town. It was still raining and quite ...
... is credited as having founded the Viking colony of Vinland in what is now Newfoundland, Canada, about 500 years before Columbus even set sail. Ericson, a natural explorer and adventurer, was the Icelandic-born son of Erik the Red, the Norwegian sailor-explorer historically credited with not only founding Greenland, but also duping Icelanders into moving there and settling it, calling it "Greenland" in order to convince potential settlers that it ...