Oscarsborg Kurs Och Konferens

Akershus, Norway | Hotel
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Museum day! (Finally some cultural stuff)

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Aug 08, 2014

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Today I was motivated to check out Bygdøy, a little area stacked with museums, including the Viking ship museum and national folk museum. My friend wasn't too interested, so I set out on my own! I took bus #30 from the central station (Jae.. Something, I always seem to get only the first 3-4 letters). It was a good 30 minute ride through and out of the central city. I went to the Viking ship museum first. It had 4 restored Viking ships that were used for burial ...

Copenhagen & Stockholm

A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 05, 2014


... with plastic blocks. After farewelling Bente & Gyuszi, our great hosts, we caught the train to Stockholm on Friday. We had a good trip with wifi on the train so I was computered out by the time we got there (4.5 hours). In Stockholm we tried our first airbnb with a lovely lady called Astrid. It is supposed to be just accommodation (I think) but she had a meal of salmon, potatoes and salad ready for us when we arrived. . The days were even longer there. It was ...

Past Sheep, Glaciers and Lakes

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 30, 2014

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... up to me, and I figured that the extra time in the saddle was a small price to pay for an experience for which we might never get another opportunity. The road up to Stegastein was this tiny one-lane mountain road filled with caravans and RV's all pushing past, and the wet meant that I had to take it really easy but once we got there Jess conceded it was worth the detour. There was a timber and steel structure that allowed you to walk out well beyond the edge of ...

Kon-Tiki and more

A travel blog entry by jwbea on Jul 15, 2014

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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 ...

Oslo: It's no Prague

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Jun 02, 2014

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... feeling of: meh. Maybe that's just because we know the trip is coming to an end or we're a little jaded from Budapest and Prague. This morning we took the bus to an area littered with museums (five bucks a pop for a bus ticket!) and went to the Fram first. This was kind of similar to the Vasa Museum in that it was a huge building with a storied ship inside, but what made it extra special was that you could walk on and even inside the ship, which gave the experience a whole ...

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