Clarion Collection Hotel Folketeateret
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... will reimburse), we headed off to explore Oslo on foot. After walking through the main city area and seeing the sights, we stopped for a coffee, and then had a rest in a park, before heading off for a walk along the river and exploring the Grunerlokka and Gronland areas of the city. Had dinner at a sports bar in Gronland, and then headed back into the city and to Maccas to have an ice cream and charge my phone. Wandered back down through the city to the ...
... in Singapore shortly and she would actually not be Asian. Good information to have and as mums always are, she was right. Laura doesn’t look Asian at all.
So if I had to sum up Norway in a word, it would be bloody expensive. We worked this out in the first few minutes when we bought a Zone 1 transport pass. A mere $18 Australian each. We stopped at a Maccas and thought we could get a cheap meal – no chance. ...
... had almost no way of connecting with? It must, at times, have been dreadful.
After Fram, I took a wrong turn on a bus and ended up on the edge of the Oslo fjord. It looked like parts of Oak Bay, and a kayaker paddled past as dogs barked and children drew figures in the snowy sand. The sun was finally shining, and it was like a day back at home - my real home, not Brussels, or Vancouver, but *home*. Pensioners were out for a walk ...
So we stayed in bed really late. Mom and I didn't get out of bed until about noon. We weren't ready for the day until almost 1pm. Henrik took us around town to show us where he went to school and lived. This town is huge! It's crazy because there are different islands that make up the town. We got to see a lot of the island where Henrik lives. It was weird for Henrik to be in the drivers seat for a change. I ...
... history before hopping on the boat to the old harbour. Robin opted to go to the Kontiki museum and the Fram museum while the kids and I headed for the public beach. Located out on the open fjord, we swam and played on the sand with other Norwegians who were all grilling food on disposable charcoal grills... It seems to be a set up with charcoal in an aluminum baking type pan with a grill on top and a little stand that just keeps it ...
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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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