Radisson Blu Park Hotel

Fornebuparken , Lysaker, Baerum Municipality, Akershus, Eastern Norway, 1324, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Fornebuparken , Lysaker, is near Viking Ship Museum (Vikingskiphuset), Norwegian Folk Museum (Norsk Folkemuseum), and Felix.
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    Travel Blogs from Lysaker

    Raelingan

    A travel blog entry by jeevanc on Jun 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... for dinner which was delicious, tasted very much like beef stroganoff. Then we went for a drive to Oslo and walked along the marina (Akerbrygee), here we saw the Town Hall, Nobel Peace Center and luxury apartments. Then we had a nice coffee in a cafe and returned ...

    Kon Tiki and More

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on May 01, 2014

    20 photos

    ... with a large tour group from China. We set out on the waters of Naeroyfjord, which are up to 1800 meters deep. That's pretty impressive considering the fjord is only about one-half mile across at its widest. The boat was crowded, but not uncomfortably so. There was plenty of room left over for the dozens of seagulls that accompanied us throughout most of the voyage. With blue skies and deeper blue waters for a backdrop, we slowly cruised the fjord, passing isolated farms and ...

    Norwegian Capital...

    A travel blog entry by troyrowe on Oct 27, 2013

    22 photos

    ... I had watching ski jumping a few times before on TV but never seen one in person before and if I didn’t before I certainly now had a lot of respect for the ski jumpers that take on these huge jumps. The view across Oslo from the top of the jump was spectacular also, my only regret was I didn’t stay up the top for a little longer as the sunset turned out to be stunning but I had to get back to Nash’s as we had arranged to head out that night for some indoor ...

    Oslo Grand Tour

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Aug 19, 2013

    12 photos

    ... This large building contained several large Viking ships that were discovered buried, almost as coffins for rich people. The ships themselves are very cool, but the museum also contains the bodies and artifacts found with the ships, and does a pretty decent job of explaining what archaeologists know about the people who were buried in the ships.
    The guide explained to us that one of the boats was a decorative lake boat, but the other 3 were ocean-worthy ships of ...

    WOW Oslo!

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Jul 21, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... church from the 1300's and while the exterior had been largely reconstructed the interior was the original material and structure.
    It was very dark inside, and the only lighting would have been candles at the alter. The size of the logs used to build it were huge and once again you have to be amazed at the engineering ability of the people of these times. In the 1300's there was no seating in the church. There was a bench around the wall for the elderly to sit ...