Quality Spa & Resort Holmsbu

Address: Rodtangveien 18 A, Hurum, Buskerud, Eastern Norway, 3484, Norway | Hotel
 
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      Fishing on the Oslo Fjord

      A travel blog entry by amazingrace2015 on Jun 09, 2015

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      ... us as we stopped at a red light. They were the sweetest looking children. When we reached the hotel, we rented out one room since we would not be staying over night. Before traveling to Norway, we learned that seafood plays a dominant role in the average Norwegian's diet. As Norway’s second largest export, seafood is a very important industry for the country. The communities and fishing ...

      Oslo = A missed flight and a bomb threat

      A travel blog entry by hollyplunkett on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... attendants who were from all over the world. The guy who worked at the coffee shop was also nice and he gave us his contact details and said that if we were ever in Norway again he would give us a place to stay and show us around.

      We explored the shopping for a while and then went back to the Ice Skating rink because we had hired the skates for all day. It was such a great feeling skating on Ice while Christmas music was playing and seeing all the Christmas ...

      A Walk round a Small Island

      A travel blog entry by gillyspence on Sep 14, 2014

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      I had the day to myself so packed a picnic and a flask of coffee and headed off from home to the neighbouring island of Bronnoya, reached by a tiny hand operated ferry. There are no cars allowed on the Island so the roads are really just tracks and it is extraordinarily beautiful and quiet. I met just a handful of walkers and locals and spent quite a magical day walking, reading and breathing in the clear ...

      Copenhagen & Stockholm

      A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 05, 2014

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      Hello This is my first attempt at doing a blog on my iPad so I hope it works okay. If not it may be very brief. We left Perth on 28th July and had a good flight to Copenhagen via Singapore and Zurich. We flew Singapore Airlines and Swiss Air, both very good. We arrived in Copenhagen and found our way to our ATC hosts where we stayed. They had given us very good directions. Their house was one of a row of workers cottages built in 1872. Each cottages originally housed ...

      Oslo and Roald Amundsen

      A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... the Fram seemed so small but in person it seemed larger, but then of course it is viewed from the bottom. Next to a large cruise ship it is quite small.

      The museum is interactive with displays testing skills that would be needed as a member of the Fram. I’m afraid we would have been eaten by the Polar bears.

      What surprised us was how the Fram was built in its day, to survive the stresses of being trapped ...