Scandic Edderkoppen

St Olavs Plass 1, Oslo, Oslo, 0165, Norway | 3 star hotel
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All Karl Johans Gated out

A travel blog entry by fendall


Woke up at 6:45 and made it down to breakfast in the lobby at 7:30. We loaded the bus at 8:30 and headed on our Oslo sightseeing tour with our local guide. Our first stop was Frogner Park. Frogner Park consists of 75 acres and contains the lifetime work of Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943) the most celebrated sculpture artist in Norway. In 1921 Gustav …

Finally arriving in Oslo

A travel blog entry by fendall


Woke up at 6:45 and packed our bags. Breakfast was another wonderful meal filled with too many choices, so I nibbled on a great many different items. We were on the road by 8:30 and on our way to our final destination of Oslo.

Our first stop today was in a nearby town of Torpo, which boasted a Stave Church that was built in 1192 and …

Take on Me

A travel blog entry by pod501


I flew from Brussels to Oslo as the city is fairly hard to get to via train and airfares are pretty cheap nowadays. Brussels airport has won awards as being the best airport in Europe and was actually built by the Germans during the occupation in World War II. It turned out that the Germans built the airport in the best possible location as it had …

You pays yer money, and you takes yer chances

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... turns on all the lights and makes a hell of a noise. As I lay me down to sleep, I heard it. A noise that probably originated in the oldest Norse myths, a noise straight out of Helheim. A beast stirred in the bed across from me. It - or more properly, she - rolled over and snorted. She huffed, she puffed, she practically roared. The noises had no rhyme or reason, no rhythm. They just kept happening in one giant wave of ear-splitting, soul-destroying thunder. It was ...

Norwegian Capital...

A travel blog entry by troyrowe


... It was great fun though and after climbing for a couple of hours me and the guys went up and did some weights while Nash showered before I ran back home again. It was 5hrs of pretty full on exercise so to say I slept well that night is quite the understatement!

The next morning I woke up quite sore and since I had done most of the touristy stuff in Oslo I decided just to go for a walk for a couple of hours before packing my bags and heading to the airport for my flight to ...

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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good