Quality Hotel Olavsgaard
Travel Blogs from Skedsmo Municipality
... produced the whiskey and cognac. So much for our alcohol free month. One night we walked down to a local restaurant with them which was very nice. They had bought a Deal on the internet like we buy at home. Their house was 7kms out of town at Valby where there was a lovely park and also the old Carlsberg brewery. We had a good walk around there on our first day even though we were pretty weary. The long days were great but meant we didn't go to bed very early. ...
... get a flight 2 hours later. I wonder if I can find a park half way to Copenhagen and have a nap? We cooked ourselves some dinner and I went to get petrol. Since I left this morning I've had my eye on the price of petrol, but nowhere had been as cheap as the Shell I first passed at 14.4 kroner per litre. As I got further out of Oslo while we were delivering the mats, the price kept rising - 14.9, 15.2, 15.5 - which made sense since we were further from Oslo so my ...
... would be really meaningful, so I asked the person behind the desk what the sculpture was of. It turned out to just be a sculpture, with the metal beams sourced from a defunct factory. A little underwhelmed, we opted not to pay the entrance fee to the museum and instead walked around the park. The park itself is filled with strange sculptures of naked people in odd poses, some of which looked quite sexual. We walked around and took photos, but it was quite hot, well over 30 degrees - ...
... of-life paintings from other artists like Laurits Andersen Ring.
After the National Gallery, we walked to the Akerhaus fortress, where we walked up to the castle and got a nice view over Copenhagen.
A taxi took us to the Viking Museum. There, they had three ships, two of which were in much better condition than the third. These kinds of ships were usually used as burial ships, and a ...
... particular agenda, we just strolled around for a few hours, taking in some of the fantastic architecture (both modern and historic) and watching the people. We made our way around the harbor until we reached Akershus Castle and Fortress. This complex dominates the eastern side of the harbor with formidable stone walls and park grounds. The views of the harbor atop the stone walls make it easily apparent why this spot was chosen for construction at the end of the 13th century. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed