Oslo Hostel Apartments

Kjolberggaten 29, Oslo, Oslo, Norway | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Oslo

Three days in Norway

A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor


... city in that it is cosmopolitan and there is plenty to keep you busy (oh except Sunday which seems to be sleepy day). Its very clean as you'd expect from a Scandanavian city and it has a great public transport system which you can use for 80Kr a day (about 8).

It is dead easy to get around Oslo, everything is centered on the large pedestrian shopping area though the area just north of the bus station ...

Cruise to Oslo

A travel blog entry by rkiner

... didn't need to because as soon as we stepped off the boat he already knew what he wanted to see in Oslo and how to get there. He was our little tour guide for the day and took us everywhere. We were also with Lauren, Harli, our new friend Kyle, and 4 other DIS students. Oslo definitely grew on me as the day went on. When we first got off the boat the harbor was very harsh and industrial looking. We first wandered into a little castle on the side of the harbor and looked over the bay. ...

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

A travel blog entry by bliebenow

... each other. It leads up to a giant phallic figure on which was carved people wrestling each other. At the top are children because he believed childhood was the pinnacle of life, and the rest of our lives we spend fighting each other trying to get ahead in life. Also, there is a small garden with sculptures of babies, and in the center is a sculpture of a fetus. Just thought I'd throw that in there.

After I wandered around a little bit before trying to catch a free urban ...

First day in Oslo

A travel blog entry by pyres

... and we had to run back to a cafe near the park's entrance. We waited there for about an hour and then the rain slowly stopped and we could continue the exploration. The rain was pretty lucky for me thought, because when the sky cleared, the rays of setting sun illuminated the statues rather nicely.
After we checked out every single statue (I think this park is what really makes Oslo worth visiting), ...

The journey itself is the reward...

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... that the journey - not necessarily the destination - is the reward. Whether on twisting mountain roads, a slow boat in the fjords, or taking in the vistas from 30 000 feet in the air, this corner of the world is unquestionably beautiful and majestic, and sometimes that's just what you need.

As I alluded to in my first post from Denmark, the reason why it gave us so little In the realm of "difference" is probably because it isn't really all that different at all. ...

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