Radisson Blu Hotel Nydalen, Oslo
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Travel to Norway was mostly by divided highway including toll roads and tunnels (3.7 K and 3.8 K). The topography is very similar to BC. Our hotel is in one of the suburbs but quite close to the transit system which is frequent and economical because they have a seniors rate.
It is another hot day about 30+. Most of the temperatures in …
... desirable. We didn't get there that early, but we did snag window seats on the left side. It didn't really matter as half the journey was through tunnels or blocked by trees, and the scenic views were visible through both sides.
... and some Belgium chocolates. Food will not be a problem for the kids to get used to.
Jakob, Jaxon, and Rhett found a Viken Troll to take a picture with ... you can guess who is who.
Rhett struck it rich bestween Oslo and Barcelona where he was paid with a bag of candy for helping the lady sitting next to him learn a bit of English. The rest of ...
This is a mediaeval castle, originally built in the 13th Century that has also been used as a prison. The fort hosts events and also contains two museums of military history. It is one of the oldest and finest cultural heritage sites in the country.
Holmenkollen Ski Museum
This museum was founded in 1923, ...
... he has to deal with!!
Now I consciously haven’t written much about routine on board as this trip has been more about the experience of a Christmas cruise rather than the level of service or the quality of entertainment. Though it is safe to say there are more quizzes on this ship than any other cruise we have been on. One of today’s quizzes was a festive theme. Apart from collecting a sheet to write down your answers we also picked up a second ...