Thon Hotel Cecil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sat on the edge of the park and spent 1.5 hours on the phone with both British Airways and American Airlines (at one point I called American, the agent said "call BA, they cancelled the flight, they have to take care of it" -- I protested they said the opposite, she didn't care. I called BA and they said what was expected. I called American back and got the same agent and she wouldn't relent on her story. So ...
... of families who had started their Christmas lunch. Many of the patrons were dressed in the Norwegian national costumes. I suddenly felt conscious that we must have looked like something from a Dickens novel with our faces pressed up against the glass drooling at the abundance of goodies being served in the warmth of the hotel whilst we were outside in the snow having just had a cup of coffee in Burger King (the only restaurant within our price range!!)
Oslo has ...
... displayed. We also saw a sledge and wagon recovered from the grave. It always amazes as I travel through the world the archaeological history and quality of relics and history of the various countries and the similarities of various races in using natural resources. While being no reader of ancient history there were definite comparisons between the Viking and the Maori. We returned to the city and wandered through the cobblestone streets, which we ...
... seems to be very popular with the Danish people and we saw lots of photos of her. The bus took us to all the tourist sights including lots of historic buildings and the Little Mermaid. Unfortunately we ran out of time and missed a few other things that we would like to have seen. We would like to have gone to Legoland but found that it was a couple of hours out of Copenhagen so we settled for looking at some of the models in the shops. It is amazing what they ...
... amounts of honey and sugar. Why aren't normally sweet foods sweet in Norway? Tomorrow we plan to ride half way to Bergen. On advice from Lars, who we will be staying with in Bergen, we plan to have lunch in Gol, buy some fuel in Geilo, then camp in the Halnefjorden. The Halnefjorden is pretty much devoid of trees, which makes it a very interesting landscape, but fortunately we don't have to hide because in Norway, due to the free camping law, we can camp anywhere that's not near a ...