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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had turned up. We watched the jumping, it was great to see it live and because the place was nearly empty we watched it from over here, over there and down there, but obviously there was no atmosphere. I made that whoop whoop whoop noise a couple of times that I used to hear on Ski Sunday and Amanda went Weeeeeeeeeeee! every time someone jumped, but apart from that there wasn't much going down. Saturday March 14th We waved goodbye to Oslo and set off back to Sweden, we were heading ...
... s better than the Australian who just knew of it due to the Ferguson riots. We took our goods and headed to the park across the street for a rainy day picnic. After the picnic Joey and I headed off to find the hostel. I got so cold on the way we had to stop inside a cafe to warm up and get some tea. A short walk later we found Cochs Pensjonat. This is probably one of the most incredible hostels I've stayed at. Nice cozy room, towel provided, 24 hour reception help, tv room ...
... Changing of the Guard later on at 1.30pm. Very serious and symbolic, but interesting too. We continued on with our map in hand and headed towards the Sculpture Park. Chockabloc with sculptures from one man, ............... Who, I might add, didn't mind a bit of flesh! As a matter of fact there was more uncovered flesh around town than I've seen anywhere else. I had most ...
Arrival 10 minutes ahead of schedule at Oslo airport at 13:50. As Norway is outside of Schengen, we have to pick up our luggage and check it again for the connection flight.
We go to the indicated belt and wait for quite a long time there. No sign of our luggage. We think Svalbard may be considered as international and not domestic connection, so we fear we might never he our luggage here. But finally, our two bags ...
... hair and blinking eyes. We packed up the bike with the tent and sleeping gear then head towards a petrol station I'd located in Aurland. When we got there I asked the guy working the counter what the best road to take back to Oslo was as I had a few choices, but he recommended we take a detour up to a look out called Stegastein. I ran it past Jess since we already had a huge ride ahead of us and this would add half an hour. She didn't seem thrilled with the idea but ...