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Went to Norway last week, did a lot of research to find gas canisters. We landed on Rygge on a Saturday evening, and there is a Shell not far from the railway station with a seven eleven, we bought them there. When we wanted to drop off our spare gas at the DNT hut in gjendesheim, the guy there said they have about 100 spare ones of those lying around, so if ...


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First of all, both Hamar and Lillehammer are located at the Lake Mjøsa, so there will be no net elevation change along the way. The pilgrim's path does not follow the shore though, so there are some light to moderate inclines along the way, but always accompanied with following descents. Except from telling you that, noone here will be able to tell you ...


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I called the passenger information number in Immingham and spoke with a live agent... Foot passengers who do not have a vehicle will not be permitted to board on either side; Passengers on push bikes may be permitted to board in the Immingham, unclear for the Brevik side; The entry point in Immingham is covered by the same Statutory Instrument governing ...


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No, that will not work When you depart from Norway towards a non-Schengen country, such as the UK, you will go through Schengen exit formalities. Norway will stamp you out. You'll then fly to London, to do which you'll need to show the airline in question that you're eligible to transit without a visa, which not all nationalities are. See Is there a way to ...



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