Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen
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... option, but not exactly the point. I mean it's super cool, because the bar is ice, the cup is ice, everything is ice. But the point is more of how in awe you are at the rooms of ice you're standing in. However, even though they give you a cloak, after a little while you start to get cold. When we had absorbed pretty much everything we could, and couldn't really feel our toes anymore, we headed out. After a long day, the prudent thing to do seemed to be go to bed in hopes that ...
... a couple of busy days exploring the city. We did ferry trips up and down the river on public transport which gave us a good view of Copenhagen from the water. It is a beautiful city. We had 2 days on the hop on hop off bus. One of our main priorities was to see where Princess Mary lives. The area around the palace is very open and we were able to wander all around the area. We saw the changing of the guard but unfortunately Mary was out of town for summer ...
... of all time. Oh Hostelling International Oslo Sentrum (catchy!) how do I love thee? Let me count the ways: 1) breakfast and linen AND TOWELS included 2) so clean, so new, so shiny... 3) in the actual centre of Oslo (do you know how many youth hostels are not at least a 45 minute bus ride away from anything you want to see? DO YOU?) 4) dorm room is not 24 beds, or 18, or 4000 - it's FOUR and so far I'm the only one in there 5) free tea and coffee all the time ...
... a hot dog and fries when we got back to the ship and then watch the sail-away from Skywalker’s Night Club. Other people obviously has the same idea because the club was packed with people. We managed to find a couple seats with a good view. It was a nice way to relax and enjoy the end of the day and our last views of Norway, where we had spent so much time over the past couple weeks. We had a drink, ate a few snacks and spent some time talking to ...
... streets with old fashioned prams full of stuff, not babies. Okay, can I say it now? It is CRAZY expensive here. 6 dollars for a street hot dog and 4 dollars for bus fare and 12 dollars for a draft beer. So I have been avoiding restaurants and buying stuff at the supermarket most of the time. And my hotel had had such a good buffet breakfast that I would have two breakfasts, one sweet and one savory, and then i could just skip ...