Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen
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... in the 3 storeys but now each owner has the whole cottage. We had a bedroom, living room and kitchen - the whole ground floor. It looked out onto a small garden where Bente, our hostess was busy repainting the windows. It was a huge job and needed scaffolding to do the higher levels.They made us very welcome and helped us a lot with their local knowledge. We spent a couple of pleasant evenings sitting outside with them drinking Australian and Italian wine. ...
... now. I've had porridge for tea because I'm a pro at this travelling shizzle and made it all up in ziplock bags before I came (with sultanas and brown sugar and milk powder because that's how I roll) so FREE DINNER. Also at some point I would like to not be dragging 2kg of porridge around with me. And FREE BREAKFAST BUFFET! I'm going to eat so much I might die. Even if it is salty fish and fish eggs and pickled fish and unusually sweet cheese. Tomorrow: To ...
... eerie music over the loud speakers - very well done. Eventually emerge from a tunnel and we are at Myrdad station, quite cold up in the mountains, we have over an hour to kill before we get our connecting train to Oslo. Myrdad station is about all there is in vicinity except for a b&b place nearby. Either side of the station platform the line goes straight back into a tunnel. The train journey back to Oslo - The Bergensbanen, is another world famous train journey! Voted ...
... their daily internet fix. We managed to get by without any Danish currency. We purchased a travel ticket at the TI using our credit card and also for the Viking museum. After the TI we headed for the Vigeland Sculpture park, via the metro. The park was very busy and popular. It is a large park with 200 bronze and iron sculptures of naked people in various poses. The sculptor wanted to depict all types of people. It ...
... but still with full daylight, thankfully! We found the Europcar office, and were told that we'd been given a slightly bigger car, which was a bonus. Once we'd checked the car over, and worked out where we were going, we headed north, once again on the wrong side of the road, feeling relieved to finally not be carrying luggage. We drove for just over an hour before we came across a campsite on the edge of a lake. Luckily the manager was still around, otherwise we're ...