Scandic Edderkoppen

St Olavs Plass 1, Oslo, Oslo, 0165, Norway | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by anni.porter

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... having really enjoyed what they saw of their countryman’s show.

So that was us settled in for the night – shortly afterwards a pianist came on and started off with a game of Name that Tune – another reason for much hilarity - we came third but didn’t get a prize but felt we hadn’t disgraced ourselves. And so the evening continued and before we knew it was midnight and the bar was closing. But what a fun night with great ...

Raelingen

A travel blog entry by jeevanc

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... country rice and made some eggplant salad. After lunch Sharmini had to go to work and Suhanthan took us to the lake for nice long walk. Earlier in the day briefly had a chat to the Norwegian neighbor Kell over the fence, he said today was Norway at its best and tasted some of his shaved ham which he was having for ...

Nomad in Norway Part 2

A travel blog entry by mauveme

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... but I didn't visit them.

I then took the ferry back and saw The Nobel Peace Centre, walked up to the The Royal Palace but the entrance was being ripped up so I didn't get very close.

Talked to quite a few tourists today (there were a couple of very large cruise ships docked) and they all commented on how expensive Norway/Oslo ...

Day Eight - Gothenburg and Oslo

A travel blog entry by emilyjms

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We woke up to the sound of rain. After listening to it for a while we decided that it wasn't going to stop, so we put our wet weather gear on and packed the tent away before jumping in the shower and driving across to Gothenburg. We had originally planned to stay the night there but had decided to give ourselves another night in Bergen, so the new plan was to wander around Gothenburg for a few hours ...

Day 13 - Oslo

A travel blog entry by magicbus1

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... the winter months. Some standards must be kept.

Next, the Kon-Tiki museum next door. Nice to see the Kon-Tiki and the Ra II in the balsa wood and reeds, as it were, but I don't think either of us really learned anything significant here.

Then across the road to the National Maritime Museum. A distinct disappointment. They seem to be doing interesting ship archaeology, they just don't know how to display it.

Final watery type museum of the day was the ...

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