Carlton Oslo Guldsmeden - Guldsmeden Hotels
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Today was largely about moving on from Bergen back to Oslo for the evening. I took advantage of NSBs mini-pris ticket to get a comfort seat for what I thought was a bargain price. And it was comfortable too - comfortable enough that instead of writing this blog, as I'd intended to do, I caught up on some sleep!
I visited Oslo last year for …
... around the corner and I’d arrived on a Ryanair flight from London Stansted.
As I walked away from the statue of Norway’s greatest son, I wondered whether he would see many parallels with today’s preferred mode of long distance travel? Had a member of his crew offered him a toasted sandwich and a small tin of pringles in exchange for £10? How many scratchcards had been aggressively waved in his face on the way to the South Pole?
Until next time then ...
... to meet up today. She suggested taking us to Holmenkollen to the Olympic ski jump so we could see the city from the hills, so we had a good look around that area too – lots of lovely houses, very expensive she said, and prime views of course. It was overcast and colours in the photos are a bit washed out but we enjoyed seeing more of the Oslo area.
Holmenkollen is enormous, and obviously an attraction for ...
... loading area. The ferry itself it huge, looking more like a cruise ship with four different restaurants/bars and on-board duty free shopping. We were early enough to find some prime seats at an upscale lounge with a gorgeous view out the back of the boat. We watched as busses, tractor trailers, and passenger cars were loaded onto the decks below. After launch, it was bittersweet to see Oslo fading away behind us. Now it's on to ...
... it had a cute name, but it seemed large enough on our map. Gran was lovely, though it was a pity we visited on a Sunday. It had little clothes stores and a few pubs. Sadly everything was closed besides a kebab store, so we took refuge in there. I tried a 'kyllingsnadder' kebab - of a creamy chicken concoction. Delicious. We then played in the snow as much as our toes would allow until the next train came, taking us further north. We ended up in ...