Frogner House - Skovveien 8
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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After a rather nice train ride from the airport we headed into central Oslo at Frogner house apartments in Frogner district. Very luxurious apartment block , lovely and warm and no need for all the packed warm nightwear!
after a quick walk round we found a bar for a glass of wine each (bargain at £8 a glass..) then headed for a local shop for some pasta to cook at the apartment.
... a crew of twelve. Visitors can explore the ship which occupies the entire center of the building. Nanson's plan was to sail as far north as possible until the ship was locked into the ice, and prove the existence of an ocean current flowing from east to west across the entire Arctic ocean, if the ship would drift west in the ice pack. The ship was provisioned with enough goods to last five years, since it was unknown how long it would take, ...
With less time than we planned to sightsee around Oslo, we just picked a few must see places. Lars enjoyed the Opera House and was brave enough to climb up the snow covered steps to the viewing platform at the top. Robyn stayed on the lower deck area and was menaced by the HUGEST seagull she's ever seen. The Royal Palace was quaint as you could walk right up to the front door. The guards looked splendid in ...
We had a fairly slack start to,the day, and since we were leaving, Heidi stayed home from work for a couple of hours and chatted, before whisking off like a whirlwind about to consume another scenario. She is amazing - I get exhausted just talking to her, but she's such a darling you have to love her.
We cooked bacon and eggs for breakfast, tidied up for a bit and I washed my shorts that someone managed to spill a glass of red wine down ...
... Maritime Museum where they had some models of ferries and a film about the Norwegian coastline. I didn't understand the words but I liked the pictures. Then I went to the Viking Boat Museum and saw some genuine Viking longboats. That was pretty exciting, although you couldn't go on them and they didn't look as cosy as the Fram. Last stop on Bygdøy was the Norwegian Folk Museum. I didn't go to the indoor bit, which seemed to me mostly "what posh people wore in ...