Clarion Hotel & Congress Oslo Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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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 ...
... tasked and disciplined, nobody strolls here. After a failed attempt to get onto a ferry to the islands of Oslofjord, we settled for the Operahuset, a stunning piece of architecture looking like slabs of ice rising from the sea. It is part of the planned rejuvenation of the downtown shoreline which should look sleek and modern in a few years. A final note. Oslo is beautiful with its old buildings but the 25% tax does make this place somewhat ...
... a winter wonderland and if it weren't for the trees that made it difficult to take photos, there would be many more for me to share. We reach the highest station and stopped for passengers at Finse (1222m), here there is a ski resort. We then started the gradual descent and it was interesting to see the scenery changing from areas of heavy snow fall to a light dusting and eventually heavy frosts and then the city outskirts. I would recommend everyone takes this ...
... all. He looks at the address and goes “that’s far! Yeah, very far!” (he was also quite large, I think even a 5 minute walk to him would have been "very far"). Anyways, I wasn’t sure that he was right, considering the guy at the first tram station said it wasn’t far from the stop I was getting off at. Luckily, the other guy eating dinner with the Shell employee was a taxi driver. Exhausted and hungry I just said “would you mind giving ...
... or butter, and eating open faced boiled shrimp sandwiches. Quirky for us maybe, but that appears to be the way to do things.
Most of the second half of the voyage was under wind and rain, but the trip was still a largely enjoyable way to end our day. We got pretty soaked on the way from the waterfront back to the hotel, but nowhere nearly as much as we did in Key West last year.
Tomorrow, our metro phase comes to an end and we head to the ...