Clarion Hotel & Congress Oslo Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... later we arrived in the city center. It was cold, and rainy, but so beautiful. We walked around for a bit, exploring the city. Then, being the poor college students that we are, bought some basic groceries to have lunch. When traveling, does one need anything more than apples and peanut butter? When we were buying our goods we were talking to the cashier, he asked where we were all from, and when I said Missouri, he asked, "isn't that like redneck town?". Well no, but I ...
... your best friend whose life is too perfect but you can't hate on them. Finland and Estonia got short chapters. The Estonia section actually piqued my interest because 1) I know nothing about it and 2) Rick Steve said it's the most well-preserved capital city and has been developing fast since getting out of Soviet's control and joining the EU. Anyway, we are back in Oslo now! Ahhh big city and ...
... in some African-looking huts and were basically on display like animals. The Norwegian government recently funded two artists to put the whole thing on again as a way of getting people to confront their racist and colonial past and generally feel uncomfortable about it. What do they say about those who forget history...? I remember listening to a radio 4 thing on it a few months ago, and there's an article about it here : ...
... The road climbed higher and higher until we were overlooking the city and the harbor. The first stop was the ski jump. Considered to be the cradle of ski jumping in Norway, it was the site of the 1952 Olympic competition. It was a very impressive – very high and is only used by true experts. Like many other places we have visited, they had a zip-line from the top (no, we didn’t do it) and a simulator. There was time for a brief ...
My first impression of Norway was just how easy it is here. This is mostly because everyone speaks beautiful English. And they are friendly, and public transport is easy to figure out. Getting out of St. Petersburg wasn't the easiest. I spent some time trying to find terminal 2, (since my ticket said that is where I had to go), but it turns out it does not exist. Ok then. Everyone was wrapping their bags with plastic wrap and ...