Radisson Blu Hotel Nydalen, Oslo
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LONGYEARBYEN, SPITSBERGEN, SVALBARD
SUNDAY NOV 8 – MONDAY NOV 16, 2015
TRAVEL DAY SUNDAY NOV 8 - LONDON TO OSLO
First day and we have managed to get up to three suitcases because we just aren't sure how cold it is going to be and I don’t want to have to buy more stuff there since Norway is rather …
... has a very few wooden, or ‘stave’ churches left and they displayed the door frames from four of the churches too far gone to save. Aside from wooden statues they had rusting old pieces of armour, gaming pieces, lots of buckles, shoes, and even a primitive ice skate which was a longish piece of bone that was tied to the feet by straps. We’d recommend that museum to anyone.
Getting the HO-HO bus again was a mission as it ...
... inside, but after Sept 1st, it's pretty much closed to tourists - this would become a theme with churches and public buildings as we moved around Norway)
- the outside of the Royal Palace
That was about it...
YARN REPORT: We found the Husfliden. I'll be back. :)
... term "quisling" with the fact that there was an actual Norwegian politician, VIdkun Quisling, who collaborated early on with the Nazis so he could assume the head of the Norwegian occupation government. In the afternoon, we explored using the tram system with our Oslo Pass. This is something we should have done earlier but new transit system protocols are always daunting for the first ride. Tram #12 took us ...
... we find the nearest cafe in the park and soak up a beer and a wine and order dinner. Tired and happy with our crampacked oslo tour we head back to the apartment watching the Oslo homes go by and realise that outside of the centre there are big black tiled, white painted gloriously gardened homes and know we have done our one day Oslo time well. Onward tomorrow to Myrdal and the Flam railway, we're in bed by 10 - an early night for us....and the suns still shining. Good night to you ...