Radisson Sas Nydalen
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We were up and out early this morning to take our trip to Myrdal. We were taking a tour known as "Norway in a Nutshell". We were quite disappointed when we got on the train and found that our reserved seats were the last seats on the last car of the train. We had only a small portion of a window to look out. The other problem was that we got additional sway since we were the last car. We did see some nice mountain scenery on the way to Myrdal ...
... stone for Flight Sergeant Georgie Bassett shot down over the lake in April 1945 just before the end of the war, his body was never found but four fellow crew members drowned and are buried at the Commonwealth war graves in Lillehammer, and the rear gunner survived and was briefly taken prisoner but the war ended two weeks later so he was repatriated. His Halifax aircraft was raised by a Canadian team in 1995 and is now in Canada ...
... show your IPod, your Kindle, other types of stuff I didn't have. But they had lots of lines to move people through and lots of people to get the work done, so it went pretty smooth.
Got into the Oslo Airport at 9:30 local time, and discovered that the airport is 50k outside of Oslo, so we figured we'd take a cab to the ...
... display". This was an interesting museum and we could have spent a lot longer here, as we love to question people who actually know answers.
We grabbed lunch at the cafe - bottomless coffee for Travis, free tap water (one thing Scandanavia is good at providing), and split an open-face moose sandwich. The moose part was patties of ground meat so you couldn't really tell it apart from beef.
... and to be honest, sometimes distracting... The approach to Oslo is quite beautiful as you head through the Fjord dotted with houses and bushland before we docked at the Akershus Fortress and Castle. As soon as possible we were off the ship and back into our preferred mode of travel, on the ground with map in hand. We headed first to Vigelandsparken (sculpture park) about a 15min tram ride from the pier. This is the main green space in Oslo and a popular place ...