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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... UK and then we went and picked up my sleeping bag and mat that I'd organized. The house turned out to be 40 minutes away from the centre of Oslo. When we arrived, I went and pressed the doorbell of what I thought was number 31. Sverre alerted me to the fact this was actually 29 and pointed to the door of 31. Luckily no one was home. I did the same with 31 but still no one answered so I followed the directions to where Havard had left the equipment and entered the backyard of ...
... crazy from the night before.
The next day I left beautiful but expensive Norway and went to slightly less beautiful and expensive Denmark. I had a lot of fun at the hostel I was staying at learning new drinking games before heading out to experience the crazy Copenhagen nightlife, but there weren’t really any crazy stories to share. Really my mind was already in Berlin, where I will soon be sharing with you about the epic night of the World Cup ...
Day 2: Today we continued on our travels and we are on our way to Oslo. When we got there we went to Oslo Ski Centre. We had lots of fun and we practised some of our skiing there to. We really enjoyed ourselves. After lunch we went to the Viking Ship Museum. It was a really interesting museum and we learnt lots. We really enjoyed ourselves. We had a great day today in Oslo and we are looking forward to ...
... everything. For a price, of course. The only downside of a visit to Oslo is the tremendous amount you will pay just to live regularly there. How much do you think is reasonable for a can of coke at a 7-11 in a local neighbourhood? Does 4 American dollars sound reasonable? I didn't think so either. And all of the food is basically scaled to that kind of a budget.
Interestingly enough though, the price for the airbnb apartment was basically the same as you would find in any ...
... a few days did small memories (mostly of food) trickle into my mind. The details are murky...Twenty three years is a long time.
The Norway we saw this time could have sullied my memories of a quiet, serene nation of fjords and colourful houses. Perhaps 23 years ago, it was not discovered to the extent that it is now. Or perhaps it was the advantage of staying with a Norwegian family back then that made it more "real". The truth is, this has been a foray into that ...