Krokfossveien 69, Jessheim, Akershus, 2050, Norway | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Jessheim

Planning an Arctic voyage

A travel blog entry by hurtigruteboken

... visiting them again on the way south. As well as being a local passenger and freight service, the ships are semi-cruiseships, with guests from all over the world. Some are here to see the summer and midnight sun, others come to see the winter storms, the arctic wilderness and the fantastic Aurora Borealis; the colorful and lively nighttime natural light show taking place hundreds of miles up in the sky.

As for myself, ...

Oslo, Norways small but intriguing capitol

A travel blog entry by benandlauren


... we shopped in the touristy shops, checked out the information centre and impressive city hall (where they announce the winner of the Nobel peace prize each year). And decided to catch the ferry over the water to the other side of the harbour, home to the Norwegian folk museum and the Viking ship museum, which is home to the 3 best preserved Viking ships in the world. The folk museum was awesome! Similar to Skansen in Sweden it's basically a whole ...

Ferry to Bygdøy

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... ships from the 8th and 9th centuries, all used for various purposes, but eventually being grave ships. Bones of those chieftains and noble ladies they bore were also on display. The final corner of the museum contained clothes, jewels and other artifacts retrieved from the ship ruins.
We headed back to the hotel via the ferry to relax, pack, and enjoy dinner. Tomorrow morning we bid farewell to Norway and Scandinavia to fly to the Netherlands and stay with family in Hendrik Ido ...

Tog And Trikk

A travel blog entry by onourway


... first heart-stoppingly beautiful attraction we’ve seen. You enter the park and are welcomed by sculptures lining the central bridge and walkways. These lead to a stepped terrace and a prominent fountain of sculptures. Further up the steps and terraces is the centerpiece, Vigeland’s Monolith. The park continues beyond this too, further up the hill to a grassy plain where the lone Wheel of Life sculpture sits, and out to the ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... that would listen and soon I found myself in the exhibition of Edvard Munch looking at all the paintings, sketches and doodles that he drew over his entire career. After we had attempted to critique all of his work like the other funeral celebration attendees we finally came to the painting that we came to see and, not to spoil it for all you, but... it looks the same as in the pictures.

The rest of the day was spent walking around the green as green parks, strolling ...


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