Lysebu

Lysebuveien 12, Oslo, Oslo, 0712, Norway | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Lysebuveien 12, Oslo, is near Holmenkollen, Vigeland Museum, Korketrekkeren, and Oslomarka.
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    Travel Blogs from Oslo

    Camping Like A Bedouin in Oslo

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 21, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to restock as we were out.

    The campground we chose is located in the outskirts of Oslo near the ski jump which is visible in a large part of the city it seems. There are large grassy areas for tens, but like many campgrounds, few tables, unlike the US where there is a table per site.

    We pretended to be Bedouins; spread a blanket, cooked and ate our dinner sitting on the ground. Even had candles around in the ...

    Oslo, Last day in Norway

    A travel blog entry by hfs on Jul 12, 2014

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... and Ove, Helena is Sam's relation from Bergo, Finland,who lives in Norway now ,close to Oslo,[his Grt Granfather was Abraham Wast from Finland, from who Helena is descended,and Helena was Sam's Grandmothers name.]..for some who are not familiar with the situation...]
    Anyway a perfect course, straight along ,and friendly advice along the way,we met as planned before 9.15am, so for them travelling in to Oslo from the country an hour away,an early ...

    We say our final goodbye to Norway

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 01, 2014

    10 photos

    ... from Australia for an hour or so. We skipped dinner, but decided to have a sandwich in the International Café (we split a tuna Panini and a Cuban). We went to the early show – it was described as a “comedy vocalist”. He did some impressions of some well-known singers, like Tom Jones and Elvis, and some lesser known (to us at least) UK artists. He was a bit funny at times, but best was the guy he recruited from the audience. He ...

    Eye-wateringly expensive

    A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Jun 13, 2014

    10 photos

    ... with help) to buy a ticket on the train into town ($20) and walk from the main railway station to our hotel, which was just a couple of blocks away. Then ripped off all the excess clothes. Quite a strange hotel - has an automated check in with no reception - though a guy will pop up if you need help (which we did). Eventually made it up to the room and it is quite spacious compared to how we have been living the ...

    Which smorgasbord did you have in mind?

    A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Apr 13, 2014

    1 comment

    ... are the focus of an absolutely consuming historical-scientific eexhibition. It would be possible to spend days in each. The Viking Museum was also excellent, and completed the day. The exhibition is centred around three longboats that were buried in the 10th century with Viking chieftens/queens aboard and all they needed for the afterlife, including horses, cattle, carts, sleds, food, cooking utensils, tents and clothing for all seasons. One contained the remains of a peacock - ...