Thon Hotel Oslo Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... excursion costed $39.42 for each person and our boat departed from the dock at 12, but before purchasing our tickets for the tour, Olivia called up the director and asked if we could create a game for the people on the tour to make the trip a little more fun. On this boat tour of Oslo Fjord, we passed through narrow sounds, along idyllic bays and by a maze of islands dotted with summer homes. ...
... 5 aviation officials. They told us that we could walk 10km to the nearest hotel, or just wait and see what happens. We decided to wait in the cold until they diffused the bomb. 2 hours later, it was too cold to bear the -2 degree cold. We were allowed into the undercover airport parking and we found the ticket office. The boss asked if we could come in to warm up a little, but the only guy in that Office said no because "that's not protocol". Plan B was a foyer area of ...
... do. Some of the statues were pretty violent and some I had to wonder what they were supposed to be doing. There was one where a grown man appeared to be getting attacked by babies. Not sure what the artist was trying to say there At the far end of the path was a massive fountain. It was a group of nudes holding up a massive bowl, overflowing with water. Rising up on the hill behind the fountain was a huge penis...I mean ...
Sverre woke me up relatively early that morning. After taking a moment to realise where I was, I then joined him in packing up our stuff and loading the bike. We stopped for petrol pretty much straight away and after a toilet trip with a real toilet, we were on our way. But we decided to make a bit of a detour to a place that was suggested by the petrol station attendant. It was supposed to be an almost panoramic view of the fjord. It had raining a bit ...
... to the South Pole. There's something about those expeditions (Scott's and Amundsen's) that has always fascinated me. Maybe because being that cold is the worst thing I could imagine. Back to the Fram - you could go on it and see all the little rooms and it was all quite tastefully decorated. I would have gone on the expedition if I could have just stayed on the boat and done the cooking, and maybe a bit of reading or something while they were out. After the Fram I went to ...