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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      So I guess I'm a little behind...

      A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Oct 19, 2014

      17 photos

      ... s better than the Australian who just knew of it due to the Ferguson riots. We took our goods and headed to the park across the street for a rainy day picnic. After the picnic Joey and I headed off to find the hostel. I got so cold on the way we had to stop inside a cafe to warm up and get some tea. A short walk later we found Cochs Pensjonat. This is probably one of the most incredible hostels I've stayed at. Nice cozy room, towel provided, 24 hour reception help, tv room ...

      Copenhagen & Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 05, 2014

      20 comments

      Hello This is my first attempt at doing a blog on my iPad so I hope it works okay. If not it may be very brief. We left Perth on 28th July and had a good flight to Copenhagen via Singapore and Zurich. We flew Singapore Airlines and Swiss Air, both very good. We arrived in Copenhagen and found our way to our ATC hosts where we stayed. They had given us very good directions. Their house was one of a row of workers cottages built in 1872. Each cottages originally housed ...

      Day 3 - More Oslo

      A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Jul 27, 2014

      13 photos

      ... pr/29/norway-human-zoo-africans-as-inma tes Pretty controversial, but I think that we are very good at forgetting the stories in which we are not the heroes (or at least retelling them as if we were, and erasing the experiences of those with less powerful voices). After a long and arduous afternoon of mooching round a lovely park I finally made it back to my hostel for tonight, which incidentally is the sum total of the reasons why I'm not sad to have left ...

      We say our final goodbye to Norway

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 01, 2014

      10 photos

      ... the shop where I bought a couple tiny skis and a tiny Viking ship (both destined to be Christmas ornaments). Our final stop on the tour was the Viking Ship Museum located on the scenic Bygdoy Peninsula. The most visited museum in Norway, the museum houses three enormous Viking ships and a host of other artifacts found in royal burial mounds in the Oslo fjord. The ships and all they contained were well-preserved by the blue clay that covered them. ...

      And Europe starts now

      A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jun 29, 2014

      1 comment, 60 photos

      ... if I should then I saw they were all going to Uzbekistan. I had astopover in Tallinn Estonia which has the coolest terminal. And I guess it is in the EU since they stamped my passport even though I was a transfer. I got here three night before my group trip started so I stayed in a cool hotel in a hipstery part of town. I went jogging by the river and got some errands done(like mailing home my Kyrghyz rug) I bought a 48 hour ...