Guesthouse Eleven

Address: Josseforsvagen 34, Arvika, Värmland, Swedish Lakeland, 671 60, Sweden | B&B
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      The human form

      A travel blog entry by laylean on Mar 19, 2015

      5 photos

      ... tasked and disciplined, nobody strolls here. After a failed attempt to get onto a ferry to the islands of Oslofjord, we settled for the Operahuset, a stunning piece of architecture looking like slabs of ice rising from the sea. It is part of the planned rejuvenation of the downtown shoreline which should look sleek and modern in a few years. A final note. Oslo is beautiful with its old buildings but the 25% tax does make this place somewhat ...

      I oslo got red beanie.

      A travel blog entry by laylean on Mar 18, 2015

      2 photos

      ... rooftops, our very own medieval 'duomo', the dome and spires symbolising centuries of faith set in modern times. The room is clean and bright, no frills, the single beds are narrow but comfortable and everything is in its place. If Thon Munch is indicative of Norway, it is functional, clean, minimalistic with a hint of design - not rich but clever. IKEA is not a ...

      Our stay at Oslo airport

      A travel blog entry by nzexperience on Mar 14, 2015

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      The first flight is over. Nice and modern Boeing including WiFi on board! I think no one used it for the time of 1hr 20min but the possibility was there.
      Flying over Norway one could see small lakes and rivers everywhere, nice houses in scandinavian style and some small areas covered in snow. Fair enough for a first ...

      Week Thirteen. Hovet - Oslo - Gothenburg

      A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Mar 09, 2015

      12 photos

      ... having to pay the whole cost, and we'd got until midday tomorrow to cancel our airport car parking without it costing us. It was one big conundrum, I contacted channel 4, they agreed, in thirty years of Countdown they hadn't known a **********undrum either. We cancelled our Tromsø hotel. Tuesday March 10th Woke up and checked the flight status, most of today's flights were canceled and some of tomorrow's, but ours was still go. It seemed they were only updating the ...

      The seasons they are a changing

      A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Sep 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... different about Scandinavian beds is that they all seem to have a very thin mattress on top of their mattress or base, and it is this thin mattress that the bottom sheet is fitted to. Then instead of having a double size doona (duvet), they have 2 x single ones. So the bed doesn't look quite as neat, as it is a bit bulky, particularly in the centre where the 2 x doona 's overlap, but it is quite sensible / practical as you can have 2 ...