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 ...
... it would have taken to bury one of those bad boys? Of the three ships, two were for male chieftains and one was for a queen. The queens ship still had most of its treasure with it. The burial mounds of the other two had been raided maybe a few decades after they were buried. I hope they made it to Valhalla before some thief came and took all their stuff. That is assuming they died in battle. Dying in battle meant they went to Valhalla. Dying of sickness meant a trip to ...
... my thermals out. My hands were already cold with the gloves on but since I had to put clothes on etc without gloves, my fingers went completely numb with the ice cold wind. Finally, after 30 minutes we were able to get going.
We found another petrol station which sold hot dogs for 10 kroner (a bit less than $2) which I thought was pretty good for ...
... 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 ...
... is true, especially food and drink. That would be about the only downside to this place, but it's not much of one, and I'm really grasping at straws with that. And that's Oslo in three days. Needless to say, I absolutely adored it, and definitely want to come back at some point for a bit longer stay. On Monday morning,we were up bright and early to catch the train to Bergen, which was 7 hours of absolutely spectacular scenery. I'll tell you all about that one next ...