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 …
... even in the right place!)
By the time we got out of a tourist trap shopping area and got on the bus it was nearly midday. First stop was the Viking ship museum where the two best preserved viking long boats in the world are found - the oldest being 1200 years young.
It was used as a ginormous coffin - 22 metres long and 5 metres wide - for two obviously powerful women, who were sent on their final journey with a collection of ...
... a disposable "BBQ" (grill) set for a few bucks that you can cook on at the park then throw away (see here for a visual). Good idea (I guess?) in theory if people can't buy their own grills and don't care about the quality of the food they make on there. Their big problem is that the smell horrible for a large radius around them. It was the worst part of the beach. Oh well.
We went home, cleaned up and went out ...
... there as well.
We took my camera that broke with us to see if there was any hope of getting it fixed on the spot, but the clerk at the shop (see photo of male clerk) said there was no way. So, I bit the bullet and bought a new Nikon D7100, the successor to my D7000 . I had checked the prices on Amazon before we got off the ship and I ...
... s better than the Australian who just knew of it due to the Ferguson riots. We took our goods and headed to the park across the street for a rainy day picnic. After the picnic Joey and I headed off to find the hostel. I got so cold on the way we had to stop inside a cafe to warm up and get some tea. A short walk later we found Cochs Pensjonat. This is probably one of the most incredible hostels I've stayed at. Nice cozy room, towel provided, 24 hour reception help, tv room ...