Thon Hotel Oslo Airport
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... have just finished breakfast and are off to the city to look at all the touristy things. Olivia was here about 2 weeks ago with her uni mates so she has been designated the tour guide.
That is good for me as if we get lost then I am in the clear!
I will look for a cable for the camera to get the pics off while we are in town so hopefully you will get them today or tomorrow.
... eat our picnic lunch. The rain eased so we made a dash for City Hall, only to learn there are no tours now that they are in an election time. So a quick view of the main hall mosaics was all we got. Hopping a bus, we made it to the Opera House to catch the last English tour. An opera was under rehearsal in the main stage but we still got to go in. Then a tour of the backstage workshops and practice rooms ...
... journey, just long and uncomfortable so we’ll leave it at that. Other than lots of beautiful scenery as we travelled from snow fields and mountains to hills and farmlands, and finaly into Oslo Central Station. We walked into the original Oslo East Station building which houses a large restaurant centre and found the entrance to our hotel through their Italian restaurant. No problems booking in, the hotel sees itself as an Art hotel but a few faded travel stickers on ...
... night as it is always on the menus. In the morning we went high up on one of the mountains to visit a slate mining site where the owner, a local artisan & slate cutter shared stories about his craft, showed us how to cut the slate & we were also able to make a coaster with the slate scissors (very big, cut your finger rather just your nails). It was very interesting how you can split a huge piece of slate into very fine tiles. So many of the houses in Norway have slate ...
... bike rental. We ended up finding a bike station a couple blocks away from our hotel. There, we rented 4 bikes from the Oslo Bysykkel. One bike rental cost $14.23, so our total was $56.92. We then rode our bikes down towards the shore and down the Tordenskiolds gate and Akershusstranda to reach our boat station. We locked our bikes at the dock and went inside the little shop to pay for the ...