Radisson Blu Park Hotel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of a different brand, it had to be the exact same brand or 600 kroner (about $100AUD). Jess was quite upset, and I was quite annoyed since the mat we had bought to replace it was identical in every way - even the colour - except the brand was of course different. I took Jess' phone and explained this to him, and explained that there was no way we were replacing the mat with a brand new one AND paying 600 kroner. I get that it's his gear, and that we should return ...
... put my tent up on a little space overlooking the beach and then spent the rest of the afternoon/evening reading and snoozing under a tree. BLISS. There is a faint smell of burgers mixed with weed and the soundtrack is a mix of "I like to move it, move it" from the left, some guitary Scando folk from the right, and beach frolicking from below. For tea I have some lovely bread and something called brunost (squeezy brown caramelly cheese in a tube) which ...
... of Oslo, we walked to the fortress. This was built on a rock promontory and gave good views over the city. The streets were all cobbled, which made it difficult to walk. I soldiered on just thinking about the beer I was going to have at the end of the day.
So that's it for the day. Missed out on some museums, but saw some beautiful things today. Have to be up at 7am tomorrow to trundle our suitcases through the streets to the main railway station.
... she actually started to walk around again. Our first stop was a wooden Stave Church. This was really cool. After seeing the church I think that made her want to see more, so back on the bus we went. We then rode a couple of stops to the Fram Museum. This museum houses the polar exploration ship "Fram". We spent about an hour there, because we wanted to go back into downtown Oslo to shop. After hopping back on the bus we got off ...
... hiding my thoughts, because he stared at me. "What's wrong, why do you груст
I shook my head and walked away, all of a sudden forced to blink hard. He went back to looking at the photos he'd just taken. It was only a few minutes later that I was able to tell him that I'd had a thought, a sudden hit of homesickness, and that all of a sudden, in that moment, that place seemed like a home that ...