BEST WESTERN Oslo Airport Hotel
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... failure and there were almost no survivors. From there we visited the Viking Museum which features three viking ships that had been repurposed as grave ships for important vikings. Their discovery in a particular type of clay meant that two of the three had been extremely well preserved and could be extracted and rebuilt by archeologists. While the museum itself was interesting, since it all happened so long ago there are so many unanswered questions that ...
... weren't that into the artwork. We were getting hungry and decided that the cheapest way to have lunch would be to buy it from a supermarket, so we rode back to near Helle's place and visited the nearby shop. I was in the process of buying fruit for my lunch, a packet pasta for dinner when we go camping, and decided on what I'd have for lunch on the way to the campsite when I learned that this was not what Jess had in mind at all. She imagined that we'd be eating the same lunch, ...
... the Main Street to the palace are three French- style street toilets labeled Liberte, Equalite, and Fraternite. Just around the corner from the palace is the American embassy, notable because it has a fortress-like iron fence surrounding it. 5. City Hall. This large brick building has two towers with a grand hall in the middle. This hall has many beautiful murals depicting episodes from Norwegian history and life. The hall is the site every December 10 of ...
... to the Polarship Fram Museum. I was happy again. This facility houses the Fram, which in 1892 was the strongest ship ever built. It spent much of its commission trapped in ice during various expeditions to the North and South Poles. I was excited to have the opportunity to actually board the ship and have a look around. The numerous exhibits on polar exploration were also incredibly interesting. A while later, I hopped back on the modern boat that would return me across the ...
Kirkenes was -15, and under feet of snow, but the airport was open and the flights on time. Street signs are in Norwegian and Russian as we're so close to the border. Strange to see signs to Murmansk , we're more used to seeing Baghdad or Timbuctu. And odd ...