Gaustad Hotell

Address: Sognsvannsveien 20, Oslo, Oslo, 0372, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Vinderen area of Oslo, is near Vigeland Museum, Holmenkollen, Sognsvann, and Emanuel Vigeland Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Oslo

        The Nut

        A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Sep 14, 2015

        64 photos

        ... in the mountains make this a magical journey. The train runs from Myrdal with an altitude of 866 meters to Flam with an altitude of 2 meters. This makes this the steepest normal guage railway in Northern Europe. The surprising thing was that it was built in the late 1800's.

        From Flam we took a bus to Laerdal. Gro picked us up there. Gro is another former exchange student. This trip included more lovely mountain scenery and ...

        Are you my grandparents?

        A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 11, 2015

        1 comment, 33 photos

        ... lowering lavender bushes (the old fashioned dark purple kind that are really strong-smelling when you crush the leaves and flowers, lovely!) and an information board. Munch was born on this farm in 1863, his father was a military doctor, the baby was christened at Loten church a few months later (a family tie for us – ‘six degrees of separation’ from a famous painter…….), they lived in the little red ...

        Boats, outdoors, history & culture

        A travel blog entry by linda.g on Jul 28, 2015

        25 photos

        How else to describe our 3 days in Oslo? We bought an Oslo Pass, which gave free transport & entry to most places, which saved us a whole lot of money. I have grouped the items thematically, rather than day by day. The world famous Viking ships, 3 of them, were originally used for regular sea transport, but were then commissioned into burial chambers for important people. The boats were richly adorned and loaded with supplies of food and ...

        Oslo Sightseeing

        A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jul 04, 2015

        22 photos

        ... one of paintings from the famous Munch series, The Scream (One sold for $120mm in 2012. No pictures allowed of it. There was an entire room of Munch's paintings (he was Norwegian) with no pictures allowed, so a genius Chinese tourist stood right outside the room and was taking all kinds of pictures. The security told her to cut it out and then she started arguing with them on a technicality). There weren't that ...

        Oslo, Norway

        A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Jun 27, 2015

        62 photos

        ... were buried in. From here it was a short walk to the Museum of Cultural History which is set up in a similar way to Sovereign Hill with community reconstructions and people carrying out traditional work. Here we tried a traditional soup of onions and potatoes and a traditional flat rosa by the name of... (We also grabbed the recipe for this as it was quite yummy). We still had a few hours to play with now and so we headed back to the ferry in order to head up to the ...