Travel Blogs from Asker
... walk around a little park, before catching a ferry back across the bay to the City Wharf. We then walk around the city centre & formal Central Park area, which contains some flash hotels & heaps of colourful outdoor restaurants.
We find the HO HO Bus stop, & climb aboard again to complete our full circuit, getting off again to investigate the Vigeland Sculpture Park. This is ...
... we crossed the border into Norway. First impression: green. Bright, bright green. Even on a partly cloudy day the Norwegian country villages seemed to be bursting with a vibrant shade of green, punctuated with farm fields of bright yellow. It was pretty relaxing to leave the big cities behind and at least see the fresh air, though we couldn’t smell it yet…By mid-afternoon we were in Oslo, getting our bearings at the train ...
... for Eckeberg, but according to a map at the trail, this seemed miles away. We walked down the trail for about 20-25 mins before deciding that it didn't seem to lead to anywhere. We walked back, and jumped back on the T-Bane, and got off at the next stop, called Jomfrubråten where she said there was to be a View. There was no view, just a highway, from which we could see a trail. We crossed the highway, only two lanes, and made our way to the ...
... Patty, Bev, Amanda, and all of my other sewing buddies. We got to see some of the costumes being created. They were in different stages of being finished, but it was really interesting!
We then took a bus to the Munch Museum and see "Scream" and a few more of his work.
We then took a bus and then the subway to the Ski Lift that hovers over the city. Climbing up there ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility