Catalina Bed & Breakfast

Sorkedalsveien 43, Oslo, Oslo, 369, Norway | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Oslo

Day 80: Norwegians love naked people

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... what we paid. Not too much to see, some drawings and models of buildings. Probably the kid`s gingerbread house contest submissions were the most exciting part.

We got back to the hotel and I ran out to the train station to make our reservations for our next few train rides and to buy something for dinner. We knew this was an expensive country, but 5 dollars for 2 packets of Ramen noodles and a can of corn is a little rediculous. ...

OSLO! (Read: I finally made it to Norway!)

A travel blog entry by bliebenow

... city, and the Oslo pass makes getting around and sightseeing incredibly affordable. For a flat rate you get unlimited access to public transportation, including boats to the nearby islands, and completely free and unlimited access to all of Oslo's museums. You can definitely get your money's worth out of that pass, and I certainly did!

My flight got in Thursday night very late, so I started my trip on Friday morning with a visit to the use-it young traveller tourist ...

Rocking on in Oslo

A travel blog entry by katemc55


... stop the Vigeland sculpture Park, a joyful and engaging park featuring a series of sculptures of people at all stages of life, all done by Mr Vigeland, who donated it to the city. Lots of families enjoying the park and jumping on many of the sculptures: lovely to see.
Next stop the Viking Museum, with restored Viking ships used for burials of high ranking folks, including beautifully decorated sleds and household objects.
We took the ferry across the harbour to the ...

Second day in Oslo a.k.a. the museum day

A travel blog entry by pyres

... the life of Norwegians from different times.
In the evening, after a quick dinner we also went to explore some non-touristy parts of Olso, like Akers river and Grünerlřkka district, which looks like a normal residential area, not too exciting or ...

The journey itself is the reward...

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... and brown cheese. All the while, we were reminiscing about gorilla trekking, flapping dishes at the overland camp and insane malarone-induced dreams.

I don't know if it was the fact that we spent the day with such lovely people, or that Oslo is just so new and robust, (or a combination of both) but it was very much a highlight of our time in Norway. The city feels alive and fresh and innovative, and the many people who have told us that Oslo is the least ...


This B&B, located in the Ullern area of Oslo, is near Vigeland Park, Vigeland Museum, Colosseum, and Emanuel Vigeland Museum.
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