Radisson Blu Park Hotel, Lysaker
Travel Blogs from Lysaker
I spent two weeks in the Olso area, coming for work. Although it was mid November, lack of light was quite extraordinary - days were quite grey, sometimes foggy, and around 15 the sun was already practically gone. It was also relatively chilly for autumn standards - slightly below zero, with a ice frost every morning and freezing arctic airwave. On …
The IRC Norway team met at Radisson SAS Gardermoen (the airport hotel), for one of our regular meetings. This is a nice group of people that works with the IRC (or Innovation Relay Centres), an exiting project you can read more about here: IRC webpage .
Our last day in Oslo began a tad late...we awoke at 4 AM to listen to the Pistons game and George Blaha via the good old Internet. Luck was just not in our favor as the Detroit radio feed would not cooperate and thus I can only blame our loss on the fact that we had to listen to the ESPN Radio national broadcast of the game. Needless to say we were …
... and I didn't fancy being up early enough to catch a train at about 6.45!! An 8.17 departure is much more civilised.
We were really tired after all that walking in Oslo - so the walk down the hill to the Grand Hotel seemed longer than it really was. There was a wedding reception finishing up at the hotel - but we were checked in and shown upstairs to our room. Yes - the wifi worked! But before I got carried away on my iphone (sans SIM card) we went walkabout. ...
... Gustav Vigeland. These are all people of various ages and sizes, including his most famous work “The Little Hothead” which portrays a London child “in a mood of particular ill humour” – presumably a tantrum!!
We just happened to be in Oslo for the start of an exhibition celebrating the 150th anniversary of Edvard Munch’s birth. So, we went along and saw some of his ...
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