Clarion Hotel Oslo Airport
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... the giant bottle outside. Good fun place. From there we powered on down what became a proper multi-lane motorway all the way to the Hotel Clarion at Oslo Airport. It is an odd hotel. Small things like an affirmation "You look great!" etched into your bathroom mirror. Sections of the public areas are labeled like an airport (gates 1-5) and periodically have fake aircraft takeoff noises on the speakers. Why not open a window and get the real ...
... to catch the bus down to the next set of museums, the Maritime, Fram and Kon-Tiki. There was some uncertainty as to whether the bus actually went to these so we set of for a sunny and hot walk. At a bus stop about half way we checked in again to see if the bus actually did stop, no satisfactory answer so walking on again. As we came to the Maritime museum, (the others are adjacent), you can imagine our chagrin when not one but five number 30 buses arrive one after the ...
... from Tromso University. He was headed to Paris as a blogger for the men's fashion week. It was his way of making some money during the summer break. We had a good chat about things to see in Oslo and about life as a student in Norway. All education is free here and tertiary students are actually paid an allowance and receive free textbooks while they study. Our hotel in Oslo is in the city centre across the road from the Opera House and next to ...
... there were so many of them and they were pretty much life size and all themed they were good. Further into the park was a centre piece with granite sculptures all around and a massive granite obelisk in the centre, that as you got closer to you realised was made up of hundreds of figures. It was a pretty neat place. When I'd seen the blurb and it said the same guy had done it all I thought "Boring," but because of the consistency it really worked. Next stop the Oslo Opera ...
... shared 4 different bathrooms. The shower and toilet doors locked so it was very private. I had a balcony in my room that overlooked a beautiful street, on which a tram passed through! Our hostel was located within a 5 minute walk of the Royal Palace, which is where the Norwegian king and queen live. The Norwegian royal family is much like England's, meaning they are basically figure heads. I do think the king of Norway gets to elect people in government ...