Quality Airport Hotel Gardermoen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... night as it is always on the menus. In the morning we went high up on one of the mountains to visit a slate mining site where the owner, a local artisan & slate cutter shared stories about his craft, showed us how to cut the slate & we were also able to make a coaster with the slate scissors (very big, cut your finger rather just your nails). It was very interesting how you can split a huge piece of slate into very fine tiles. So many of the houses in Norway have slate ...
... piquant mustard sauce. (Arnold, "Traditional Food of Norway"). Game in Norway runs the gamut from duck, goose and other fowl to moose and reindeer. Game is often grilled or roasted and served with traditional Norwegian side dishes, such as Raspeballer, which is made from raw, grated potatoes that are mashed together with flour and salt into little balls and then boiled; or Grønnerterstuing (stewed green beans).
Today we visited the Vigeland park. We saw some awesome sculptures, played on a fun jungle gym, and ejoyed a beautiful day at the park! For lunch we went to a Thai restaurant near Oslo's city hall. The food was great! And then for dinner we went down to Akker Brygge where we found a delicious burger and milkshake place! We had a wonderful last day in Oslo!
This was my second time in Oslo. I first came in 2003 when I fell in love with Scandinavia and wanted to stay, even considering missing my flight home.
Since then there have been some changes in Oslo. A new opera house has been built with creative ...
... one street in front of the train station. with the time difference, the train pulled into Oslo station about 1.30am, of course my map didn't want to load, a local girl walked me down the right street to find this hotel. I checked in and up to the 7th floor, down every corridor possible to get into my 'basic single' room, it was now way past 2am. I'd unpacked my bag for the essentials I'd need in the morning, my train in ...