Comfort Hotel Union Brygge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... is the best way to see the main sights of Oslo.You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top, double-decker bus. There are 17 stops, and the entire route takes approximately 90 minutes. The bus departs every 30 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours only.Oslo, the oldest and sunniest of the Scandinavian capitals, was founded by Harald Hadrade in the 11th century and is surrounded by mountains at the head of a ...
... Apparently Ragnarok, or the Fate of the Gods (Thor, Odin, et al.) is a collection of Norse myths around the end of the age, the death of the gods and the age to come. It's all about snakes and dragons and battles (kind of like Revelation). Early Nordic Christians made the same connection and decided that Ragnarok had already happened with the introduction of Christianity. So the snakes and dragons on Stave Churches are representative of this Christisnised Ragnarok, ...
... and I am on my way again. Bus home and get ready for a final dinner in Oslo. A local restaurant has been recommended to us by Kari as not being too expensive ( by Norwegian standards) so we take her advice and visit it. We are pleasantly surprised or maybe just getting used to the prices! The meal is delicious and we even shout ourselves a beer! Making our way to the airport is not as daunting as first thought, tram to City railway station, express train from there direct ...
... in the 70's. He wanted to prove that ancient civilizations on separate continents could've reached each other thousands of years ago, and succeeded. Still only worth half an hour, tops. A short way down the road was the Viking Ship museum, which I had been really looking forward to. It houses some of the oldest Viking ships in Norway, along with all kinds of artifacts and treasure found inside of them. Apparently the Vikings did all kinds of different things when someone died. ...
... walked a few blocks to try to take a boat tour of the fjords. Turns out the real fjords that we were thinking of are in Western Sweden. Oslo is in the East. Instead of taking a boat tour we walked to the end of the dock overlooking the bay. It was gorgeous! My favorite weather: slightly overcast and a little chilly. None of us could get over how stunning the clouds looked over the harbor. They were all different shades of gray swirling around each other with the sun peeking ...