Radisson Sas Nydalen

Address: NYDALSVEIJEN 33, Oslo, Oslo, Norway | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Oslo

Oslo, Norway

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Aug 25, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... direction to find our hotel, the City Box. It was a relief to park, if somewhat illegally, just long enough to check in.

The City Box is the 3rd hotel we have stayed that does not have a human being at the reception desk. They email you a reservation number. When you get there, there's a computer to enter your info. It either spits out a key card or an entry code for the lobby and your room. Voila! Some places just e-mail you an ...

Museum day! (Finally some cultural stuff)

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Aug 08, 2014

11 photos

Today we checked out Bygd°y, a little area stacked with museums, including the Viking ship museum and national folk museum. Took bus #30 from the central station (Jae.. Something, I always seem to get only the first 3-4 letters). It was a good 30 minute ride through and out of the central city. I went to the Viking ship museum first. It had 4 restored Viking ships that were used for burial of prominent figures from like 800-900 AD and the remnants of treasures and ...

Oslo

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... really, as the skin had just peeled back being so old and frail, and I got some bandages from the ice-cream shop and patched her up and sent her her way.
She tried to press 50NK ($10) into my hand, which of course I declined, but one of the girls was happy to take it....
KA picked us up and took us home, and when Mr T arrived home he had 5kg of sensational big sweet Norwegian prawns, and shortly after Harald and Lin arrived with their flock and we had ...

Castles & Museums

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Jul 28, 2014

49 photos

... the hardships and the ingenuity of these explorers who risked their lives to explore these areas. The exploration of the Northwest Passage was particularly interesting considering the fact that with global warning this passage will likely become a major shipping route saving 40% of the distance from Europe to Asia.

It is impressive to recognize the major contributions of the Norwegians to global ...

Norway Round Two

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Jul 12, 2014

83 photos

... on the picnic table!




The fjords never seemed to end, we drove the amazing minor road along the Hjorundfjord before jumping on the ferry to Alesund, one of the biggest towns around. Here we were back in civilisation, complete with flat land sprinkled on the many islands that make up the area. Having not been to a campsite for a long time and having completed many day walks, the aroma in the van ...