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 …
... some decisions, which is more power than the Queen of England I believe. The first night in Oslo we decided to go to the Magic Ice Bar in the City Centre. It was a bar that was made out of nothing but ice! The bar, cups, walls, sculptures, and chairs were all made out of solid ice! I have always wanted to go to a ice bar or ice hotel so this was really neat! The bar was filled with ice sculptures crafted by local artists! This was without a doubt the ...
... park which is the worlds largest sculpture park of works by a single artist, Gustav Vigeland. There are over 200 sculptures in bronze and granite, all of them of people. People of all ages, doing things ordinary people do, laughing, crying, playing, nursing children and the sick etc etc. all of them stunning. On our way into town we passed the Royal Palace, with only one guard on ...
... one street in front of the train station. with the time difference, the train pulled into Oslo station about 1.30am, of course my map didn't want to load, a local girl walked me down the right street to find this hotel. I checked in and up to the 7th floor, down every corridor possible to get into my 'basic single' room, it was now way past 2am. I'd unpacked my bag for the essentials I'd need in the morning, my train in ...
... to the South Pole. There's something about those expeditions (Scott's and Amundsen's) that has always fascinated me. Maybe because being that cold is the worst thing I could imagine. Back to the Fram - you could go on it and see all the little rooms and it was all quite tastefully decorated. I would have gone on the expedition if I could have just stayed on the boat and done the cooking, and maybe a bit of reading or something while they were out. After the Fram I went to ...