Thon Hotel Oslo Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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On Tuesday, 9/9, we flew from Reykjavik to Oslo, Norway, arriving about noon. We found the train to downtown and found our hotel, a very nice one, without problem. We were told it rained very hard that morning but the weather cleared and was sunny when we arrived. We strolled around town to get the lay of the land and to stretch our legs. We met our travel group at dinner; they are a nice, well traveled group of 19 others plus our leader. On Wednesday, 9/10 we ...
... was built in1623 and launched in Stockholm harbour with great fanfare. It set sail on its maiden voyage, went for about 500 metres, caught a gust of wind and tipped. It was top heavy and sank in the harbour. 333 years later in 1961 it was salvaged and raised. Being in the brackish Baltic waters it had been very well preserved. They had skeletons of passengers still where they had got caught. One we saw still had a boot on the leg. Pieces of cloth were still ...
... stop was the Viking Museum which had three Viking ships and an interesting commentary on the Viking history. The ships were found buried on several farms in Norway. Last stop was the Kon Tiki museum. The various boats were on display including the reconstruction of the original boat. We had hoped to visit the Holocaust Museum but it closed earlier than indicated on the brochure. Needless to say it was a long day of ...
... 11 pm although still daylight (this being Norway after all!) It is a simple matter of catching the bus or tram to our destination. Both are regular services with only about 10 minutes between, clean, safe and hassle free. (Unlike their Aussie counterparts!) As Camilla and family are away, we have the use of her mothers apartment, only a short distance away. She has kindly offered it to us to avoid the huge cost of a hotel in this city. We are very grateful for her ...
... a few house up there. It was a bit of a hike uphill to get to it from the train station, but once there - wow. 3690 degree views from the top, and on another spectacular day, it was well worth the effort. There was the option to do a flying fox type thing all the way down the ramp, but at $100 Aussie dollars it was a bit too steep (pun intended!). But it is definitely something I would recommend if you're ever in Oslo. I spent the rest of the afternoon, once ...