Best Western Kampen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... poles. You can explore all over the boat, and the displays are fantastic, with everything in English, as the most used language , as well as Norwegian. We spent hours there and both agreed it was the best museum we have ...
... and is one of the main tourist attractions in Oslo. I never thought I would visit Norway, but I am very glad that I did! The people in Norway were extremely friendly, and were very interested in us since we were from Texas! The locals at the pub told us everywhere we needed to go, and gave us directions to everywhere! The Norwegian culture is much different than England's. Oslo seemed to be filled with older inhabitants compared to Manchester, which ...
... tea and scones with Christel and Ray later on in the evening, yum! Friday, was a complete lazy day watching tv and researching for Australia! In the evening, myself and June went to a Thai restaurant in Oslo for dinner which was pretty cool and then headed to a small bar for some drinks. Saturday, another lazy day! Except for having Ray's nachos in the evening with a few beers! Ray always makes nachos on Saturdays and has done for about 15 years! They ...
... br> Fortress and Castle which was right next to the ship. While we were there
we saw a horse in a large building. We went over and talked with the rider
who was training police horses. She was very pleasant and let Bonnie pet
the horse - Bonnie was very happy. Tonight we are having dinner with
Jeannie and Evelyn - sisters who are traveling together. We met them at the
Cruise Critic brunch Jeannie had at her house in Sacramento in ...
... of knew what direction to find our hotel, the City Box. It was a relief to park, if somewhat illegally, just long enough to check in.
The City Box is the 3rd hotel we have stayed that does not have a human being at the reception desk. They email you a reservation number. When you get there, there's a computer to enter your info. It spits out a key card or an entry code for the lobby and then off to your room. Voila! Some places just e-mail ...