Frogner House - Skovveien 8
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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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.
... constantly moving to and from Oslo. The weather did not seem to deter anyone on their travels.
When we got off the ship, we boarded one of the hop-on hop-off buses that was right by the cruise ship dock. It was raining very hard. We ended up getting off the bus near the royal palace. It was beautiful even though we did not go inside.
We tried to keep the unending rain from dampening our spirits. We walked around ed up walking around ...
... clean, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 15px; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.235294);">Norsk Folk Museum (+ lunch): This is similar to Skansen in Stockholm (which we didn't visit). It recreates different ways of living in different eras and employs people dressed in traditional clothing to answer questions. We got some fresh-made Lefse (a traditional Norwegian flatbread) from one ...
... the Royal Palace. Our coffee was excellent, so I wasn't too disappointed, and I still might have the chance to get one during my layover in Paris. But of course I didn't see it until the last day when we had already stopped for coffee!!! As we had a lot of things on our list, we only stopped outside the Royal Palace to take some pictures. I'm pretty sure the changing of the guards doesn't change too much from palace to palace, so we opted for some of the ...
... and avenues surrounded by maple trees. Construction of the park took many years.
The highlight of Vigeland Park is the 46 foot high granite ”Monolith,” which crowns the park’s highest hill. This incredible production required three stone carvers working daily from 1929 to 1943 and was carved from a single stone pillar quarried from Iddefjorden in southeastern Norway.
It depicts ...