Quality Hotel 33
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Quality Hotel 33
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Hotel 33 Oslo
Travel Blogs from Oslo
... but to no avail. In our defense, we weren't the only ones. There were a couple other groups of tourists waiting outside, thinking they would get in as well.
We decided to head to the National Gallery next, having verified it was open of course. We did stop for coffee along the way, a necessary evil after two nights of not enough sleep. We didn't rush through the museum, but we made it through in pretty good time. We even stopped to make ...
... It was a good day because the ship docked right in town and we had about 7 hours to wander around Oslo city, which isn't very spread out. Back at the ship at 4.45pm and some thunder about. Dinner with our Canadian friends, then Glen and I went to see a comedian do his show in The Vista Lounge. Just OK. I decided to come back to the cabin where I'm watching the AFL ...
... jackets for $40. So you CAN shop in Oslo without going totally broke. I mean, it's not a city I would go crazy and buy an entire wardrobe or any luxury goods, but I think it's definitely livable despite its high cost of living. There are a lot of sales for goods and student discounts for transportation, and as long as you don't eat out or drink heavily, I think you'd do pretty well here! Oh yeah, there was some pro Palestine gathering and people were selling ...
... down through the main part of town, past the beautiful national theatre, and down to the harbour, towards the opera house/ballet, which is a really interestingly designed building, with a roof that slopes down right to the waters edge, and that you can walk on, up to the top and get some pretty good views of the city. I headed back to my hotel after that, mainly because I was a bit tired, and I wanted to start relatively fresh the next day. On the way, I popped ...
... US because she is paying 60% in taxes. Welcome to free healthcare. When we pulled into the prime number one pier in downtown Oslo with a centuries old fort right outside our cabin Donna wouldn't have any part of staying in. To my surprise she was up, dressed, and ready to get out. From our balcony we can look down on the street to see the buses lining up. We decided we will do the hop on, hop off bus again, but if she starts to ...