Oslo Hostel Apartments

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

Last Full Day in Oslo

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Aug 04, 2014

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... We decided to leave. We had no idea where to go, so we went back to the same restaurant that we went yesterday, Mahayama Asian restaurant. At least the environment was pleasant and the food was tasty. We had a beef dish, a seafood dish, and some assorted dim sum. It was OK. Again, I think the vege was more tasty than the meat.

After lunch, we took the ferry over to Bygdoy. When we got off the ferry, the rain started again. We walked in ...

Norway and the fjords!!!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 20, 2014

... some getting used to. I think it rises at 2:30 am or something but I haven’t been staying up that late because we have early wake up calls. Things are really expensive here. The conversation rate is basically 6 Kroner = $1 USD. Everyone is complaining because they can’t go out and get drunk and I’m just laughing at them because finally they are put in their place and need to find other ways of having a good time. I had a delicious hamburger on a rosemary bun and ...

A day of traveling debacles - London to Oslo

A travel blog entry by carallan on May 29, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... what we would have done, as it was getting quite late. A bit off putting though, as the place was full with caravans - absolutely no other tents in sight, and the only place she could put us was in front of an empty cabin, in view of everyone who walked by. We did have a good view of the lake though, so that kind of made up for it.

The tent went up easily enough, and so we headed to bed at about 11pm with eye patches on, since it was still light! A great look!


Vikings and the Rolling Stones

A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 24, 2014

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... is closed for "confirmation" ceremonies, 1,200 people crowded into the main hall for a nondenominational rite of passage for the youth. The security said they had three ceremonies scheduled back to back, "Come back tomorrow." It was interesting to see women of all ages in traditional Nordic costumes, one young lady posed for Barb and explained that the different colors and patterns were indications of where the person came ...


A travel blog entry by janetkerrigan on Apr 05, 2014

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... Great! Oh ya, what language is it in? (Italian with English and Norwegian
subtitles). Too funny! So we made our way back that evening for the opera, a bottle of champagne in. Brad really enjoyed it * cough cough *! It was amazing to see, but the second half was definitely better than the first half.

On our second day, we started off with a huge feast for breakfast. We were staying in a very nice hotel, Grand Hotel, which is quite ...