Radisson Blu Park Hotel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... unit of length) was relatively 31 miles. It was a long but beautiful drive. We saw an incredibly beautiful city. It was filled with bright green trees, blue skies, the most wonderful architecture, and the nicest people. The buildings were all incredibly tall and old and created a huge impact on the cultural landscape (a landscape designed and created intentionally by man). A group of kids even ...
... Our last stop in Oslo was a chocolate shop that Ashley had tried unsuccessfully to visit the past two night. It had been closed on both occasions so she was quite pleased to find it open for business. The girls got to pick out some treats and Dave got to use the rest of his Norwegian Kroner. Finally it was time to head to the ferry. We swung through the hostel one last time to fetch bags from the luggage room and made our way to ...
Our journey by train had been a great success, minus the whole sleeping thing; but at least we arrived on time. We (and by we, I mean Hannah) found our next host's apartment without too much trouble. We got to talk for a few minutes before he had to leave for work. He even had keys to the apartment for both of us.
We got a bit behind schedule for the day, as we both decided a nap would be necessary before braving the city of Oslo and ...
... and got to see some of the city along the way. Vigeland is a beautiful park with over 200 statues by a Norwegian artist from the 1940's. All of Vigeland's statues of people have Orc'ish proportions which is somewhat unsettling and kind of funny.
We spent the early evening walking around the pedestrian streets in the city center and settled for a Burger King meal at $18 each. Confirms what everyone has told us - Oslo is an expensive city to ...
... planning, the mission was a success and scientific knowledge of the arctic was pushed forward thanks to the efforts of that ship and her crew. The museum also discusses about a race between Fram and a British ship to be the first to reach the South Pole. Even though Fram left port well after the British ship, and arrived at the continent well after the British, Fram quickly overtook the British ship. In fact things went so poorly for the Brits that their mission was ...