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

Why Does Everything Close So Early?!?!

A travel blog entry by brookealexandra on Oct 29, 2014

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... Combined, we still weren't tall enough, although I imagine we were an amusing sight to all of the people around us.   We followed  a small path down to a restaurant with great views of the city, which our host had recommended to us.  Here, we decided to sample some of the traditional food.  We split one of the plates (meatballs with peas and potatoes), as the food was very expensive (as in they even charged for glasses of water), but it was perfect ...


A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Oct 13, 2014

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... many great people and sharing awesome memories of trips we did and sights we saw. One that I will always be glad I have done and for sure has given me a feeling of wanting more, to see and experience as much as possible in this world which is full of variety. For the next two weeks, England will be my home again before heading out to Australia on the working holiday visa, where a new chapter will ...

Maritime Heritage and Public Spaces

A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 09, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... Pacific islands.

From there, we went to yet another Viking Ship museum – this one presenting four Viking burial craft from the early Viking period (800s). These ships, discovered in 1904, are the best preserved Viking relics even though the graves were raided around 1000 and that the preservation methods employed in the early 1900s is not sufficient to preserve the artifacts into the future. One of the universities in Oslo is investigating how ...

Oslo, Norway

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 92 photos

... mass of 121 detailed human figures, entwined with and undermining each other in their individual struggle to reach the top. The circle of steps around it supports rows of stone figures.

The figures, together with the pillar, have been interpreted in many ways: as phallic representation, the struggle for existence, yearnings for the spiritural spheres and transcendence of cyclic repetition. Leading down ...

Second Day in Oslo

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Aug 03, 2014

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... the sauce and vegetable were good. After lunch, we walked by the pier (where we were last night) and towards the architecture museum and the museum of contemporary art. Both turned out to be rather disappointing to us. Well, we are not museum people to start with. These 2 museums were a bit beyond our comprehension. We're glad that we did not have to pay to go in :-) I took a few photos of the contemporary arts which might prove my point. But we did like some of the sculptures in ...