Carlton Oslo Guldsmeden - Guldsmeden Hotels
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there were so many of them and they were pretty much life size and all themed they were good. Further into the park was a centre piece with granite sculptures all around and a massive granite obelisk in the centre, that as you got closer to you realised was made up of hundreds of figures. It was a pretty neat place. When I'd seen the blurb and it said the same guy had done it all I thought "Boring," but because of the consistency it really worked. Next stop the Oslo Opera ...
This was my second time in Oslo. I first came in 2003 when I fell in love with Scandinavia and wanted to stay, even considering missing my flight home.
Since then there have been some changes in Oslo. A new opera house has been built with creative ...
... 1) naked humans standing around or looking emotional, sometimes with other humans 2) naked humans in unusual poses, often with other humans (there's no innuendo there - I mean just... unusual) 3) angry and/or predatory babies I'm not sure what the thing was with the babies, but some of them were downright menacing. Like packs of babies trying to take someone down. They should put some of these pictures on packs of condoms because it would make me ...
... chocolate and some salted licorice (kind of weird-tasting, but supposed to be soothing for the throat). We ate some chips while we strolled back toward the city center along the harbor. The weather was soooo nice! It was less than an hour until the all-aboard, so when we reached the city hall we turned back toward the ship. The captain had said the best sail-in on this cruise was Oslo (which meant that the sail-away would be the best too), so we decided ...
... transport and sights and proceeded to squish in everything I could since it felt free. I loved the folklore museum and the city hall where they present the Nobel Peace Prize was very pretty Walking around and on the opera house was very cool, all marble. I only had one bus snafu when it was POURING rain and it was rush hour and for some reason the bus took a different route and wasn't stopping until someone yelled and I smushed ...