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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Combined, we still weren't tall enough, although I imagine we were an amusing sight to all of the people around us. We followed a small path down to a restaurant with great views of the city, which our host had recommended to us. Here, we decided to sample some of the traditional food. We split one of the plates (meatballs with peas and potatoes), as the food was very expensive (as in they even charged for glasses of water), but it was perfect ...
... many great people and sharing awesome memories of trips we did and sights we saw. One that I will always be glad I have done and for sure has given me a feeling of wanting more, to see and experience as much as possible in this world which is full of variety. For the next two weeks, England will be my home again before heading out to Australia on the working holiday visa, where a new chapter will ...
... Oslo has been in existence for more than 1000 years but, with the exception of the Akershus Fortress, there are not a lot of old structures. This is due to a history of City-leveling fires and ongoing modernization. About 1.3 million people live in the metro area and the City shares the distinctions of being Europe’s fastest growing capital (immigration and birth rate) and the fourth highest cost of living in the world. Despite the cost of ...
We flew to Oslo on Sunday morning, a short hop of slightly more than an hour. It is a smaller city than Copenhagen and has a more diverse population which probably means that historically, its immigration policy has been more liberal. Today, we went to a small peninsula in the harbor where there are numerous museums. The Kon-Tiki Museum was particularly interesting with full scale replicas of both the Kon-Tiki and the Ra as well as accounts of the journeys ...