Ditt Hotell Gardermoen Gjestegard

Address: Gardermoveien 1, Gardermoen, Oslo, 2061, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gardermoveien 1, Gardermoen.
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        Travel Blogs from Gardermoen

        To Oslo Airport

        A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Aug 17, 2015

        12 photos

        ... and only a few cars in the first hour. At that point we were down from the high pass and heading off on a road that was new to us. It turns out, that road has almost no tunnels and is decent quality. Most of the day was driving but I wanted a couple of stops that looked interesting and sported a geocache. First was the Troll Stop, a gas station with all sorts of carved trolls and other critters. Truly worthy of American roadside kitsch. ...

        Museums Galore in Oslo.

        A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 26, 2015

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... in the world!) with Stave Church from Gol (dated 1200), the medieval Raulandstua (from the end of the 13th Century) and 19th Century Apartment Building from Wessels gate 15 in Oslo. The rest of the Open Air Museum contains post-medieval buildings from rural and urban Norway. Our last stop was a museum exhibition on Norwegian Folk Art, making timber nice. It was great, a neat encapsulation of a lifestyle. And that’s only the first museum for the day. ! Fortified with ...

        Day in Oslo

        A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 25, 2015

        12 photos

        ... It was the royal residence built by King Hakon V King of Denmark and was constructed in the early Middle Ages. It was impenetrable to invaders. However, in 1624 a huge fire spread through the fortress destroying much of the interior which was of wooden construction but was later rebuilt by King Christian IV. It was never successfully invaded until WWW2 when the Germans defeated Norway and used the castle as an administration centre and prison for Norwegian ...

        Week Thirteen. Hovet - Oslo - Gothenburg

        A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on Mar 09, 2015

        12 photos

        ... around twelve hours in front so we were non the wiser really and the pilots were still on strike. We figured we'd have to forget Tromsø. We cancelled our airport car park and booked a hotel for another two nights in Oslo. It was a perfect sunny day so we took a walk to the Vigeland Sculpture Park, there were apparently over two hundred sculptures here all done by the same guy, in fact that guy Gustav Vigeland had also designed the park. We entered the park and started ...

        First out of UK trip/Norway

        A travel blog entry by travistoman on Oct 20, 2014

        3 comments, 19 photos

        ... t very appealing, but it was interesting! We had to take a bus from the airport to Oslo which took about an hour, but the scenery was beautiful! The Norwegian countryside was filled with tall trees and mountains! The landscape is a lot different than that of England, which was nice! Mountains filled the area, therefore the road we were on had many tunnels going through the mountains! One of the first things we noticed was that none of the signs were in ...