Den Bla Dor (The Blue Door)

Address: Skedsmogata 7, Oslo, Oslo, Norway | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oslo

Roaming to Rome (eventually)

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 13, 2015

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... whole mustard seed sauce) and potatoes in a dill cream sauce. Great idea, it was rich but very delicious and she said it was definitely a traditional meal, she likes to have potatoes and dill when she can. The salmon was served on a black tile, and the potatoes came in a hot iron saucepan.

It was good to sit and talk with Elin, she has a daughter with children living in Israel so we have that in common – far ...


A travel blog entry by baltic2015 on Aug 21, 2015

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... the Norwegian people have been over the years. Famous names from both North and South Pole adventures have obviously burned themselves into the local culture. Norway is very expensive and one of the highest standards of living in the world. One bottle of standard water - $7Aus, even the ship only charges ...

Real Last Day in Oslo?

A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jul 06, 2015

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... t seem to correlate at all in the U.S. The sushi was maybe slightly above grocery store quality (in the U.S.), which was about all we expected. Way too much rice on nigiri, but it was good to have some sushi.

We took a nap, worked on finishing up some previous posts and then started to get ready for dinner. In order to mix it up again, we had Pakistani (/Indian) food at a place with favorable reviews (though ...

Stockholm to Oslo

A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 14, 2015

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... the ferry from the apartment to the island of Skansen. The island is close to the city centre and contains museums, a large theme park and an animal park. We first visited the Abba Museum which is a must for any teenagers from the 1970's. Abba was really the first ever global band, the museum contained all their performance outfits, instruments etc with heaps of interactive stuff to do. We then wandered around the large animal park ...

The Museum District

A travel blog entry by travellingfools on May 28, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... crushed in the ice, Neesan decided to build a ship that could withstand the pressure of the ice and drift along with it. In almost a complete opposite experiment, the Kon-Tiki Museum showed the efforts of a Norwegian academic to prove that South Americans could have visited or even populated parts of the Pacific Islands like Tahiti. He and his team built a balsa raft using traditional tools and techniques, then drifted along the currents from Peru to ...