Norlandia Geilo Hotel
Travel Blogs from Geilo
... steeper and bit more difficult than I originally anticipated, but it was a great view once I got to the top. Once I'd returned we decided that we might as well go in the tent and write our blogs and so on. From the tent, with the sides rolled up we both have a view of the nearby lake, and other than the road behind us which is quite busy, it's a pretty great campsite. Tomorrow we will finish our ride to Bergen and find Lars' cottage where we're staying for a couple of ...
... 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 ...
... of making the next settlement at any decent hour. Camping out on the barren vidda with the temp threatening to go below 0° seemed like a poor option with all the places to stay here.Why not make it an early night and get a ggod, well rested start in the morning? We're above the tree line now, surrounded by barren, snow spotted hills Sitting in a warm hotel and looking across the lake at the glacier. No, I'm not tempted to go for a hike.
... 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 ...
... oil can lead to resource-jealousy, to war and civil-conflict. It can lead industrialized nations to turn a blind-eye towards human rights abuses, particularly out of fear that our developed industry may not receive its next petroleum-fix. But oil itself isn't bad. When managed properly, oil can make even the most barren of deserts bloom. Or, in Norway's case, it can give the frigid north one of the world's highest standard of livings. Exporting oil ...
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed