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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Despite a LOT of preparation, I still managed to lose my passport on my way to Gardermoen airport (Oslo). So, the flight to Dubai was really stressful. Mamma drove all the way to the airport with my passport (life saver). I had to take my massive backpack on the plane as a carry-on because I missed check-in (luckily I had accidentally ...
... and not many places to sleep. It was only 2pm by now, and we had a long time to go so we couldn't sleep just yet. For the next 9hrs we just sat at a table and ate, chatted and then started to go insane. We were dancing around the airport, Katherine taught me some ballet and then we made up our own games. The time went fairly quickly, and at 11.30pm we cleaned our teeth and were about to go to sleep. Until a police officer came into the bathroom and told us we had to ...
On Tuesday, 9/9, we flew from Reykjavik to Oslo, Norway, arriving about noon. We found the train to downtown and found our hotel, a very nice one, without problem. We were told it rained very hard that morning but the weather cleared and was sunny when we arrived. We strolled around town to get the lay of the land and to stretch our legs. We met our travel group at dinner; they are a nice, well traveled group of 19 others plus our leader. On Wednesday, 9/10 we ...
... 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 ...
... the Fram seemed so small but in person it seemed larger, but then of course it is viewed from the bottom. Next to a large cruise ship it is quite small.
The museum is interactive with displays testing skills that would be needed as a member of the Fram. I’m afraid we would have been eaten by the Polar bears.
What surprised us was how the Fram was built in its day, to survive the stresses of being trapped ...