Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Vandaag vliegen we met Sas naar Oslo. Daarvoor eten we op Schiphol wat en rond 21.30 hopen we in ons Noorse hotel te zijn.
Het hotel zit 200 meter van het vliegveld dus dat is relaxt. Geen gedoe met bussen of taxi's.
... to go back to the Shell. But when I got petrol in the evening, the price had gone up to 15.5, and everywhere else was even higher, 15.9, even low 16s. I've never known a country to have such large fluctuations in petrol price in a single day. Late that evening Helle came home and we all had melon and ham as a snack. She had a guest over for a little while and it was nice to sit around and chat. Jess and I excused ourselves around 10.30 because we have a 3am start ...
... went and pressed the buzzer - but no one answered. She'd received email instructions to go around the side of the house, find the three sheds, and the mattress and sleeping bag were in between the first and second shed. Well, we went around the corner and there was a guy sitting at a plastic table using his laptop. Awkwardly we explained what we were here for, but he himself was a guest of the AirBnB place so he had no idea what was going on. Eventually we followed the ...
... The cost of living in these cities is scary to Americans! Taxes are high, but so are the quantity and quality of services. Construction is everywhere. Nearly every public square in Copenhagen was a major construction site. Of course, construction must be done during summer months as winter weather is too harsh. There are many more smokers here than in the U.S., especially females. Tomorrow we go by train, bus, and boat to Balestrand on the Songnefjord. Janet and ...
... it's cafe so we were very lucky to be able to have an amazing brunch there. We then went and walked up to the royal palace, down to the
pier, around the old fortress, Akershus Fortress, and around the new part of the pier. The new pier is a very modern area with lots of new buildings, museums, shops and restaurants. A big contrast to the rest of the city. After a tea break (we have been in London too long!) and a walk during which I almost took ...