Carlton Oslo Guldsmeden - Guldsmeden Hotels
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... Yeah – how about white bread with your choice of butter or mayonnaise. Yup – that’s it. Drinks (including water) could be purchased at the bar. Dart and I are no strangers to peel and eat shrimp feasts, so we set in on our meal a bit perplexed, but ready to eat anyway. So, while we ate our shrimp and had some buttered bread, we noticed that the natives on board were judiciously peeling their shrimp, stacking them on pieces of bread slathered ...
... in Europe and Oslo is the fastest growing city. Norway has a well-liked monarchy. Our guide wasn't very good. We couldn't understand what drives the economy but the guide said the big industries were fishing and oil. According to her, Norway is the second biggest exporter of oil after Saudi Arabia. Many of the workers are municipal employees and we couldn't figure out how they could afford the very expensive apartments. We went to the Homenkollen Ski Jump where we saw ...
... my way to the information booth. So when I asked them where to exchange money they pointed me to a giant sign saying DCB Foreign Exchange that I had walked right past to get there. So I go inside and try to use my new debit card to withdraw funds and the woman then walks me to the line of ATMs, right next to the store. I'm on a roll. I stand in line for a while behind this older couple, before realizing each machine offers a selection of four languages and mine has been empty the ...
... to stay together forever! Then we went to the Mathallen, a converted warehouse that has been repurposed into a kind of food hall. The closest thing in New York would be Chelsea Market. There was lots of cheese and fish. I had a duck confit sandwich and we both had beers - Schous, a Norwegian pils - that were delicious. The sandwich cost about $18, the big beer (.5 liter - around a pint) $12, and the little beer (.25 liter) $7. Like I said, Oslo ...
... to the nearest bike rack. Fortunately Oslo is eminently bikeable!
The ride up to the Munch Museum is a bit of a tangle at first as we negotiate around the train station and the bus terminal to head uphill towards the park and the Museum. Tidy streets, cobbled, trams, buses, bikes, pedestrians, a few cars.
Oslo is celebrating the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed