Best Western Kampen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and a separate room entry number a couple of days before your stay. Very efficient but there are a lot of baffled tourists in the entryway of each hotel!
The parking garage was also automatic. When entering you are given a ticket that also has a people door entry code. If you leave the ticket in the car you would have had to wait for someone else to enter the garage in order to get to your car. Good thing Bruce noticed the locks on ...
... Like the pyramids, the burial grounds were pillaged by thieves. So most of the items found were wooden. I was surprised by the craftsmanship! Some of the carvings were quite good! You think of Vikings as grunting barbarians who plunder villages. But apparently a lot of them were farmers and craftsmen. One of the buried people died from a wound to his leg. That was a very gory way to kill someone since you cripple them and then kill them using other weapons. The ...
... little party in the back yard, after I'd repaired the big folding sun-umbrella. I was quite impressed - Mr T, who self-confessed can do nothing with his hands, actually had a tool-box which had enough of the basics to do the job.
We were still there as it got dark and therefore, time for the sack....
Today, Friday.....don't know yet. Young Viktor set the pace at about 5.30 am, but from here on - who knows, but KA, Mr T and little V are coming ...
... in the restaurant in Oslo this evening the sky opened with heavy rain and some hail. Thankfully it didn't last long and we didn't need to get the umbrella out. We are not too sure what the weather holds for tomorrow.
The first signs of settlement here date back to 900 and by 1300 Oslo was an important trading centre. In 1624 it was renamed Christiania. In the early 1800's it was still small but grew ...
... a bit much! We headed for the local swimming pool for one of the most expensive swims/showers we’ve had (£8pp) but it was worth it!
General driving in Norway was excellent but in our Rough Guide book they mentioned a few spectacular drives to do too, one was Trollstigen. This drive was incredible, not only was the road full of hairpins but they had plenty of waterfalls right alongside you as ...