Oslo Hostel

Address: Myrerskogveien 54, Oslo, Oslo, 495, Norway | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Grefsen - Kjelsås area of Oslo, is near Holmenkollen, Norwegian Museum of Technology (Norsk Teknisk Museum), Sognsvann, and Akerselva Miljopark.
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Travel Blogs from Oslo

The Nut

A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Sep 14, 2015

64 photos

... One of the tunnels takes 20 minutes to drive through. More on this tunnel later.

Gro's mother prepared dinner which was a broth soup with beef, lamb and root vegetables. She said it was a typical dish from her area of Norway. It is was delicious. There were five of us: Gro, her mother, her daughter. Mitch and me. After dinner, we had coffee and cake around the coffee table. I think this must be where the term "coffee table" originated.

Are you my grandparents?

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 11, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... in the middle of the photo. We asked Lars if he liked his paintings and got a very firm one word ‘No!).

When we were at the Husmannplace houses we could see the medieval Hamar cathedral remains across the lake, they have been protected under an amazing glass pyramid and are famous throughout the country for that. So we were looking forward to visiting the cathedral and museum and the heritage park they stand in, and ...

Boats, outdoors, history & culture

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Jul 28, 2015

25 photos

... and artefacts for the next life. Together with the burial coffin, they were buried under a huge mound of earth. The Oseberg and Gokstad have been restored, the 3rd one, the Tune has been left in the condition it was found. There are big displays of the items that were loaded onto the boats. The next boats we saw were the Kon-Tiki and Ra2. These were the original boats from the expeditions of Thor Heyerdahl, as he sailed from Sth America to ...

Oslo Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jul 04, 2015

22 photos

... so we looked at others, saving the best for last. Bad call. We'd just started looking at Munch's work when a tour group entered the room. They kept streaming in until half the room was full so we could forget about seeing that side.

Oslo, Norway

A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Jun 27, 2015

62 photos

... for a peak. It's not uncommon to be able to walk right up to these Palaces as they aren't surrounded by security fencing, the armed guards at the door seem to be enough... There was just one last thing we wanted to check out while we were here and it was right next to where the ship docked, the Fortress and Castle. We only had 8hrs on the ground here but we managed to check off everything on our list, we even found time to relax in a local pub for a pint of local ...