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stifa
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 Message 209 of 338
21 February 2013 at 8:09pm | IP Logged 
Jeg gikk på folkehøyskole ikke så langt fra Bergen i fjor, og de som kom fra Oslo
reiste vanligvis med fly, men det var en del som reiste med tog også. Jeg ville aldri
ha funnet på å ta tog fra Trondheim til Bergan da, fordi da må man reise via Oslo, og
~15 timer på tog er en smule kjipt. :p

Det varierer for det meste på smak og behag; på denne strekningen koster det som regel
omtrent det samme å ta fly som å ta tog.
Kan ikke svare nøyaktig på hvorfor det tar like lang tid å reise med tog som med bil,
men tror det han ha noe med å gjøre at togene stopper litt her og der, og derfor ikke
følger den korteste strekningen til Bergen.

Edited by stifa on 21 February 2013 at 8:09pm

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 Message 210 of 338
21 February 2013 at 8:32pm | IP Logged 
The train is also not the fastest, not comparable with TGV and ICE in France and Germany ;) But I think you can actually get it cheaper than a flight with mini-pris, if you are booking early enough. If you take a plane, you also have to get to and from the airport.
An alternative is also a long-distance bus (coach?). Cheap, free WiFi, free coffee/tee. Doesn't take much longer than a train ride.
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 Message 211 of 338
21 February 2013 at 8:38pm | IP Logged 
Takk, stifa! Jeg lærer alltid så mye når jeg lese innleggene dine på norsk, selv om jeg aldri finner tid og mot til å svare =D Det blir mye mer spennende når man begynner å lære seg noe om det faktisket livet av folk fra et land, ikke bare om grammatik regler og ordlister.

Kanskje skulle jeg prøve å skrive noe annet igjen på Lang-8 !
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 Message 212 of 338
21 February 2013 at 9:00pm | IP Logged 
So from what daegga says it's actually better to take the bus than the train...
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daegga
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 Message 213 of 338
21 February 2013 at 9:13pm | IP Logged 
Expugnator wrote:
So from what daegga says it's actually better to take the bus than the train...

At least in the night train, the chance of having more space (ie. 2-4 seats for you alone) is higher than in a bus (that's my impression at least). Also, you're not allowed to go around in the bus, except for going to the toilet or getting coffee/tee. Everything has its pros and cons. In the train, I also got a sleeping package (earplugs, blanket, cushion etc.). I didn't get that on the bus.

Edited by daegga on 21 February 2013 at 9:17pm

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 Message 214 of 338
22 February 2013 at 11:58pm | IP Logged 
One thing to retain from today's lesson:

på landet - in the countryside, as opposed to the town
i landet - in the country as a nation
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 Message 215 of 338
23 February 2013 at 12:10am | IP Logged 
Which is exactly the same in Swedish :)
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stifa
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 Message 216 of 338
23 February 2013 at 12:17am | IP Logged 
Husk også at bruken av "i" og "på" varierer også mellom stedsnavn; Det heter "i Oslo",
men "på Hamar". Og noe som kanskje kan hjelpe deg å huske "på landet":
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIq0ppN1YP8
(Advarsel: gammel, slitsom låt fra nitten pil-og-bue - kan forårsake traumer og
eventuelle hørselsskader :p)

Det er også dyrere å ta tog om du vil ha strøm til mobillader, bærbar pc, osv.
Nattog/buss funker om man sover godt ombord i fartøy...noe ikke jeg gjør :p

Edited by stifa on 23 February 2013 at 12:18am



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