Best Western Kampen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Kampen Hotel Oslo
A strange set up, but comfortable, I guess. The rooms are small, not really apartments. They are warm, however. The area has the feel of not being safe, but I can give no evidence of this, just a gut feel
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So we headed into the city, on the public transport "Ruter" after buying a day pass for all forms of transport. We made it just in time to meet our free walking tour group at the Bronze Tiger, a 4.5 meters tiger set in a square outside the Sentral Station. We were guided by a young Italian woman, who wasn't really expecting a crowd of maybe 35 …
This morning was a jaunt to Kronberg Slot, at Helsingor - the castle where Hamlet was set. There have been performances there since 1813, and this year marks the 400th anniversary of Hamlet. An interesting castle, though not as impressive as Fredericksborg Slot yesterday. It had some wonderful catacombs or "casements" underneath the castle, which …
... was really spectacular. At Myrdal, we boarded a cog train to Flam. This train made a couple of stops to see magnificent waterfalls. The falls were wide and the water came thundering down with a great roar. Norway mountains seem to have waterfalls everywhere. Mitch told me to quit taking pictures of them.My finger was getting tired pushing the button. Norway has 9 of the highest water falls in Europe. Those cascading waterfalls and ...
... museum. This link is a good read:
That was the end of the family trail and we are so grateful to Lars for taking the time to show us round, he said he’s always happy to help people find their roots.
But the touristing didn’t end there! We also stopped in Loten at the Edvard Munch memorial which has a pretty new garden full ...
... 1 hour and $150 later we did get to the hotel. At least the driver was friendly. And the silver lining was that the hotel was only about 3 blocks from the train station, so the walk over to the train was pretty easy - even stayed dry.
Tomorrow we're back on a train and headed to Bergen, where we will board the cruise ship.