Clarion Collection Hotel Tollboden
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Thursday saw us leave Reine in the Lofoten Islands and return to Oslo. It was not a bad day to leave as the conditions in Reine were pretty ordinary. It was a pretty uneventful return to Oslo, a drive to Leknes via Anne Gerd's to retrieve a forgotten ...
... scenery is unforgettable and its a great way to see the beauty of Norway in the comfort of a train. We arrived in Oslo around 2:30pm and immediately found the hotel which is located right next to the station. A quick check in, drop off the bags and out to check out the surrounding area. Being Saturday the streets were abuzz, with many of the pedestrian areas difficult to pass with the crowd. Not certain if this is the normal for a Saturday or if it's due to ...
Must be getting at this train and bus bizzo – as we tootled on in to Oslo central to see the other museum (of culture) that had all the viking artefacts. Super cool seeing ancient swords, shields, jewelry and tools etc. We really enjoyed the Egyptian section as well as it had real mummies and everything [seeing as Giddo's class is reading this blog I didn’t include the close up of Dismutenibtes (a ...
... the very high personal tax rate, Oslo also ranks very high in perceived quality of life. Walking along Karl Johans Gate, with an assortment of designer stores, showed the economic power of the city and its dwellers.
After checking in, we walked the City center – again not really finding anything we *needed* to have, but noticing the generally upbeat, if somewhat stoic, population. The people are obviously eager to be outside and the ...
... before gestating any of them. There were several hundred sculptures in quite a small area - some granite, some bronze, and most of them human-sized or thereabouts. Humans in all stages of life, on their own, in couples, in family groups... The park was also quite busy, which kind of added to the effect - just more moving, colourful human shapes around the human-shaped sculptures. The pillar in the middle is supposed to represent the togetherness and embrace ...