Best Western Kampen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the last lift up to the top. We underestimated how far from the station the jump was, however. An intense hike up hill, rushing to make it, we arrived at at 3:59 (with a closing time of 4:00). The doors were already locked and everything. At this point, I also needed to use the bathroom; they barely even let me do that. Luckily, our host had given us another suggestion to have great views of the city, a bit farther up into the ...
... very different from ours! It was nice and good to try, but not something I would replace our Christmas dinner with! Christel and Ray kindly gave me an early Christmas present too which I wasn't expecting! On my final day we tidied up Junes grandma's flat and packed my bags up. We popped to the shopping centre to change our presents as I already had a very similar top to what they bought me! ...
... in Polar environments, spent time learning how to travel in those regions from the Inuit inhabitants, and prepared like crazy. Scott, on the other hand, arrived underequipped and attempting to use new technologies that weren’t intended for the extreme environment he was going to face. In this case, poor planning didn’t only mean poor results, but tragic ones.
We then went to a building housing the original Kon-Tiki and Ra II rafts that ...
... loved sculptor, Gustav Vigeland. There are 212 granite and bronze works in the park. This work ranges from entwined lovers, traquil elderly couples to comtempt-ridden beggars. His Sinataggen, Little Hot-Head, portrays a London child in a tantrum!
All sculptures in Vigeland park are modeled by Gustav Vigeland without the help of other artists. The park is designed by Vigeland's own drawings, with ...
... So cute.
Got to the park, walked around and saw the sculptures, took a few photos. Quite a lot of tourists there. On the walk back, we were looking at the map trying to figure out where to go. A very kind Norwegian young man stopped to ask if we needed help, and told us where to go. It turned out the area where we walked on the way to the park was indeed a very nice area. We chose to walk on the main shopping street on the way back, stopping at one of the cafes ...