Saga Hotel Oslo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was going on at one end by the looks of it when we were there), there’s a square modern metal construction with large bells just outside……and the view from its perch on top of the hill is of the lake and island, truly lovely.
http://www.hedmarksmuseet.no/English/Ab outtheMuseum/TheRuinsoftheMedievalCathe dral/tabid/6538/Default.aspx
Last stop was for lunch at Tante Gerda’s place in the middle ...
... WW2. We also visited the Castle next to the fortress which had a surprising and varied past; the Natural History Museum and the Nobel Peace centre. The Nobel Peace Prize is located in Oslo, both the committee and presentation each year. The displays are cleverly done. The ground floor showed the 2014 winners, Malala and Kailash, with previous winners displayed upstairs. The cultural elements of Oslo we explored were the Munch museum, which also had ...
... of walking, we were ready for a break. Luckily, we had stopped in a Vinmonopolet to purchase a liter of wine before the closing at 3pm. The state liquor store closes early on Saturday and stays closed through Sunday so there was a wild rush in the last few minutes. We saw people sprinting to the store a couple minutes before closing time. Seems like there's got to be a "black market" for liquor at other times.
... museum is an absolute must for anyone who is interested in Viking history. This museum displays three Viking ships dating from the 9th Century and a range of other artefacts from burial chambers.
This is a mediaeval castle, ...
... because logically it is difficult to build in the more remote places and a waste of time trying to grow a garden when it is under snow for most of the year. The Norwegians also believe in functionality over fashion. If it works and is practical it doesn't have to look good. Very sensible people.
We arrived in Oslo around 6pm. The hotel is located in the heart of the city near the train station and it is difficult to get the bus close..... So Chad got out ...