Radisson Blu Hotel Nydalen, Oslo
Travel Blogs from Oslo
... unshackled from the oppressiveness of the Scandinavian winter, seem to be in a nonstop party mode.
Oslo's nickname is Tigerstaden (the City of Tigers). The prevalence of homeless and other beggars in more recent times led to the slight rewording of the nickname into Tiggerstaden (the City of Beggars).
Today the weather was very warm, hot actually for this region. 86° and rather muggy. We decided to do a tour today ...
... House,as well as an Art Gallery that is similar, some amazing structures, which we saw from a lovely angle as we sailed past, when we left..the old and the new and one of the fastest growing cities in Europe.
As we sailed down the Fjord,we had our dinner on the balcony, almost too warm,but a lovely end to a wonderful cruise,in Norway,we hope our children will come here one day...
There are just 5 million people in Norway...that's why it was so ...
... The show in the theatre was singing and dancing cabaret of popular songs. It was quite good. We then caught the beginning of Bernie Flint's act but had to go to bed. On our way back to our room at 1145 we noticed that it wasn't dark. This is still the time of year we will experience the midnight sun. We arrive in Oslo at 7 tomorrow and due back onboard at 3.30. We are getting breakfast in our room because it will be a bit of a rush. And hope to get off the ship at ...
... We have kept our luggage to under 20 kg each to allow for our flights to and from Ireland so we are not carried a huge amount.) The bathroom is equally tiny. At least there is enough room, just, to walk around the end of the bed to the other side and you can walk around three sides of the bed. So to bed at nearly midnight local time. This is 2 hours ahead of Iceland and 8 hours behind ...
... see a problem looming that the Government is not prepared to take a lead in resolving.
Geology. The landforms across Norway are stunning. No matter whether it is Pre-Cambrian sediments in the south or early Archean grossly metamorphosed basalts and gneiss in the north, the whole country's surface shows the signs of the stresses that have created the contemporary landscape. Overwhelmingly, the last ice age has had the principal effect. Over the millennia from 115,000 to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center