Quality Hotel 33
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our ex guide who said that a lot of the women wear their swim tops under their shirts so that they can strip off during their lunch break to soak up the sun. Mind you they were still doing it at 10pm at night - curse this eternal sun.
Down to the foreshore which was busy with cruise ships and tourist boats. Went to the City Hall for a perve before having lunch at a vegie restaurant. Did ...
Every December, the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in a ceremony that takes place in the Radhuset, City Hall, in Oslo. Construction of the Art Deco building began in 1932, but, as a result of the WW II and German occupation, was not completed until the 50s. A tour is on our 'must' list; what stands out is the decoration, or over-decoration. Other than the understated ceremonial room and the council chamber, almost every surface, wall, floor and ceiling, is dcarved, ...
... Akershus overlooks Oslo Fjord and was first built in 1300. It served as a working fortress throughout the years, and we got to see some of the renovations that were conducted as warfare changed over time. The Castle tour was free with our Oslo Pass (think tourist ticket for all the major attractions) and had a neat self-lead guide pamphlet. The best part though was definitely the views from the top of the walls and ramparts. The fjord itself ...
... high up in a forest at the top of a mountain. 4 of us were over the 140cm ‘do anything’ height limit so could do the full range from easiest (light green) --> light blue --> dark green --> dark blue --> red --> black (hardest… which the instructor admitted he hadn’t even done himself). Giddo (being 120cm) was allowed to do the light green and light blues only. So ...
... We finished our walkabout by visiting Akershus Fortress, where there have been fortifications since the 1300s. As it was late in the day, most of the buildings were closed, but the site has been very well maintained and possesses commanding views of the Oslo Fjord and the City itself. For dinner, a nice cheese plate with another investigation into local lagers at an outdoor café in the shelter of the Oslo Cathedral. Awesome setting to finish another awesome ...