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 …
... a woman whose skeleton was unearthed is posted by the exhibits. We take another boat to lunch at the popular Lille Herberen where I had the most expensive shrimp salad sandwich I have ever had, a great mound of tiny hand-peeled crevettes piled on a bed of arugula on top of a thick slice of Norwegian dark bread slathered in butter. Accompanied by glass of crisp Reisling, sitting out on the terrace overlooking Oslo Fjord on a warm sunny day--well, ...
... because you went right to were the ski jumpers launched from and really got a feel for what it must be like. Bizarrely enough it didn't look that scary, I might not have said that if you'd pushed me down the thing with some salmon strapped to my feet, but standing there tightly gripping the safety barrier it didn't seem scary at all. But it was about to! They also had a ski simulator back down at the museum where you could relive a real ski jump. We paid our money and climbed in, ...
... the Cathedral but it had already closed to visitors today.
For my last day I was going to treat myself and buy a burger and fries at the train station since it was the cheapest place. It still cost 105K ...
... but when we got close we could see the sculptures around it. Mostly they were children…now my problem….they were obviously dead and one was being eaten by a wolf. There were other gory ones and too be honest …I don’t get it. It’s almost as if Norway has a grisly past and is proud of it. We got closer to the main area and there was a pillar of naked people all on top of each other. They may be open to interpretation but it ...