Norlandia Geilo Hotel
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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After a breakfast at the sea, we took a Ferry to lofoten Islands. Once there, we cooked "my" fish in the dunes for lunch. Now it was my turn with headaches so we decided not to drive far and rather enjoy the beautiful scenery. We hiked to a mountain lake at Nusfjord and set up camp there. The scenery was just ...
... days and the parts that he suspected it would need would take a week to arrive. Could I make it to the Ford dealer's in Gol? They would probably have the parts in and could do a quick job of it.
So Gol became the Gol (though it turned out to be a lot more of a Hol than Hol (whey!)). Back in the car again, much to the annoyance of every other driver on the road as I was driving as slow as a nervous granny who could barely see over the wheel.
... most immediate problem was to get Dan and Julia on their way to catch their plane the next day. Brynhildr was going nowhere quickly so with the hazard lights, we were able to thumb down a Swedish couple who were heading East and could drop off Dan and Julia at the next train station.
Everybody's things were all mixed up in the car so we repacked their bags and had a quick hug goodbye before they headed onwards in one direction and ...
... 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 ...
... and popular in areas like England, Spain, Portugal and France, Norwegians had already slid into their skivvies and were yearning for the adventurous seafaring that only conquering the vast reaches of the Big Blue offered. It was the Norwegians who settled Iceland. It was the Norwegians who sailed by the southern tip of Greenland and settled it. And it was the Vikings, not Christopher Columbus, who were the first Europeans to set foot in the New World. ...