Flåm Turistsenter A/S, Oslo, Oslo, N-5743, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Flåm Turistsenter A/S, Oslo.
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    Bank holiday Weekend

    A travel blog entry by mothman on Aug 23, 2014

    ... br> Then through a nice square and to the Opera House. Cool building this, modern, and you can walk on the roof, inside was nothing special though. Thunder was rumbling so we made our way back to the hotel as it would have been a bit on the dangerous side on that roof in the rain.

    Ate at Dovrehallen which had good service, and big portions for about 140k of traditional Norweigian grubb. I had some thick bacon in a white fat sauce, ...

    Land of the Midnight Sun

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Jul 23, 2014

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    We arrived in Oslo about 8AM and have a full day here. We will depart for Skagen about 6PM. The cruise up the Oslofjord was absolutely breathtaking. The distance from Kristiansand to Oslo was 200 miles.

    The oldest of the Scandinavian capital cities, OSLO (the name is made up from s, a Norse word for God, and Lo, meaning field) was founded, according to the medieval Norse chronicler Snorre Sturlason, around 1048 by Harald ...

    Oslo, Last day in Norway

    A travel blog entry by hfs on Jul 12, 2014

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... a taxi back to the Station and sadly said goodbye to these dear people, Helena so values her relations and as Ove said she has many more relations in NZ ,than she has in Scandaniava, there are very few...she looks at Sam with such delight,and it was so funny,that some things she was set on and liked and did...he did too, she liked that..!She is a strong wee thing in many ways, and well as a Mother of nine ...she would be..!We loved our day with them and had time ...

    We say our final goodbye to Norway

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... tour guide, Eva, did an absolutely fabulous job of explaining the significance of the various sculptures, really making it a great experience for us. She told us how Vigeland explained why all of the figures were nude – they were supposed to represent all people everywhere, not defined by a certain time or socio-economic status. The sculptures around the fountain were a circle of life and showed relationships between people and the stages of ...

    Three museums and a fort

    A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... to opera-type music because they said it ignored human rights. There were some excellent pieces.

    When we came out from there, they closed the doors. Most of the institutions close at 5pm. Despite the fact that the sun never sets until about 12 midnight and comes up again at 2am - they never make the hours any longer or cater for tourists.

    That finished our attempt to see four museums in the one day. So from there, as we were in the ...