Quality Hotel 33
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two levels and the stone access ramp would have existed 200 years ago. Animals would have been wintered over, pigs inside pretty much all year, and Olaf ran several thousand chickens in the part we can see until he converted solely to crops quite recently. The barn is three times the size of what can be seen in the photo, has been extended over the years.
We went around the back to another couple of big storage sheds, one ...
... Queen Victoria's daughters - Maud by name. This just keeps reinforcing the incestuous nature of European royalty.
Many of the words are the same or very similar in all three languages, the result of the interwoven history that goes back to the Vikings and why the area is collectively called Scaninavia and why Finland is not part of it because its heritage is more linked to the slavic culture of Russia.
And here endth today's history ...
Bright sunshine greeted us when we woke up in Oslo this morning, with temps predicted to reach the mid-sixties. That's pretty darn good for Norway in the second week of June! On a previous trip to Oslo we'd seen the most important places, which are admittedly very interesting. So before leaving home, I'd scratched around on the internet, trying to find something that would interest us. I printed info on the Kon-Tiki Museum, and the Fram ...
... in the area in various states of repair. There are also glass cases filled with the treasures which were found within the ships.
We walk further in the snow, down to some more museums, they are also ship museums and we've had enough of them over the past couple of weeks so we get the bus back to the centre. We make a stop for lunch and then walk up to the Royal Palace. It is very grand and there ...
... s main thoroughfare, Karl Johans gate. It was officially taken into use on 26 July 1849 by King Oscar I.The Royal Palace is open to the public during the summer season. Visitors follow a guided tour through the most important rooms of the Palace. There ...