Quality Airport Hotel Gardermoen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which was a room of about 10m by 3m. It was still freezing, but at least it was inside. We weren't told anything apart from the fact we were waiting for the bomb squad to arrive from Oslo, and that it could take any amount of time. They weren't even sure that we would catch our flight in the morning.
It was funny see time go on, as everyone went a bit crazy. We were jumping up and down the stairs, doing pushups and squats to keep warm. The aviation control guys ...
Today I started off walking to town and I passed the opera house. It is a really cool building on the harbour, with a huge sloping roof that goes all the way down into the water. I thought to myself, you could actually walk up onto that roof. I didn't know it at the time but apparently you can do that. I caught the ferry over to Bygdoy peninsula. On this side of the harbour they have some historical museums. (Just one or two or four) I started with the Viking Ship Museum. What can I ...
... of the ride so far so I was a bit worried about the extra time riding in the rain, but it was totally worth it. Also, the rain had cleared a bit so that we could get a very nice view, with pockets of clouds around the mountains surrounding the fjord. We then headed down a different route to planned since we'd made the detour but it turned out to be a rather interesting ride. It was pretty cool to ride over the mountain range with glaciers right near us ...
... Maritime Museum where they had some models of ferries and a film about the Norwegian coastline. I didn't understand the words but I liked the pictures. Then I went to the Viking Boat Museum and saw some genuine Viking longboats. That was pretty exciting, although you couldn't go on them and they didn't look as cosy as the Fram. Last stop on Bygdøy was the Norwegian Folk Museum. I didn't go to the indoor bit, which seemed to me mostly "what posh people wore in ...
... streets with old fashioned prams full of stuff, not babies. Okay, can I say it now? It is CRAZY expensive here. 6 dollars for a street hot dog and 4 dollars for bus fare and 12 dollars for a draft beer. So I have been avoiding restaurants and buying stuff at the supermarket most of the time. And my hotel had had such a good buffet breakfast that I would have two breakfasts, one sweet and one savory, and then i could just skip ...