Best Western Kampen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Kampen Hotel Oslo
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... pleasant walk! The streets and buildings reminded us of Boston's back bay. And it was so quiet and peaceful! There were a couple of cafes here and there. We sat down at one of them for Bob to have a cup of good latte (and for me to use the bathroom). There was a young lady sitting there, drinking coffee and eating lunch, reading the paper, with her baby sleeping in the stroller. Another young man drinking his tea, eating his sandwich, reading on his phone, with his baby sleeping in ...
... to him for a while about the towns I went through on the way in - by the end of the conversation he was trying to force a map on me so I don't have to trust Google anymore. It was very nice of him, but I declined because opening an enormous map on the side of the highway while on a motorcycle is not very practical. Helle came home, we introduced ourselves, and then I got a text from Jess that she was nearly at the station. Helle had offered to pick Jess ...
... stayed with the car. Always one to rise to the challenge, Allan struggled across to the terminal with the 3 big bags, 2 jackets and 2 pillows, and managed to fit everything into one locker. What a man!!
Next stop – the car rental place, which also should have been relatively straight forward, and it was, except that when we got there, we realised we hadn't filled the car up…… so, back out again to find a garage. The Navigator ...
... as we boarded….. Anyway, she told us that the Stansted bus should be along shortly, but to wave it down to make sure it stopped. Easier said than done, with numerous double decker buses continually stopping and getting in the line of sight, along with all the other peak hour traffic.
The first lady, who had been sitting behind us, rang National Express and told them what had happened, and asked them to contact the driver of the next bus to let ...
... very exciting but potentially expensive) prospect of taking 6 months off to travel I realised I had to do something about this issue I had developed. Yes, my "ageist ratty" discrimination needed addressing. I had taken the first step and admitted I had a problem. Now to begin the therapy. First challenge. I soon realised that I wasn't ready to leap right in and have a meaningless one night stand with the first hostel that looked at me ...