Clarion Collection Hotel Folketeateret
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Collection Hotel Folketeateret Oslo
Comfortable, affordable. Three meals a day included helps heaps in expensive oslo. Great staff.
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This is a public park in an area of Oslo of the same name. It is on the site of a former manor house estate and it is best known for the sculptures by Vigeland found throughout it. This is the world's largest sculpture park with works by a single artist.
... a full day, although probably there is more activity to see in full summer.
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Leaving the Palace first is ...
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... entered the station at Kil, Sweden. Not exactly a metropolis. The train stopped – passengers exited, passengers boarded. Then came the announcement in three languages, the train was broken. Well, the engine was broken and the train was going nowhere.
It is noon; on a sleepy Sunday; in Kil, Sweden; and it's raining – hard. And now the communication from train personnel became non-existent. So ...