Thon Hotel Cecil
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... through. God only knows how much the final total will be - we pay 3 times the fee for a car! Our campsite was well signposted from Ring road3, and we found it easily. It can hold 800 units and is the only one open at present - the others don't open until June. It has its own petrol station and supermarket. The site is nearly full, ...
We were a bit groggy in the morning, but still managed to leave the apartment at a decent time. We had been warned that many museums were closed on Mondays, however, being Tuesday, we didn't think to check the schedule for the museums. We spent around a half hour wandering around a bit confused in the cold while trying to find the Munch museum, only to arrive and find it closed. We even stood around for a few minutes thinking it would open and we were ...
... were buried with all sorts of equipment. Axes, looms, cooking utensils, sleds even. The sleds were on display, incredibly ornate carvings on them. Very clever and artistic these vikings. I don't know what conditions were like on the ships though. I counted 15 oar holes on each side which meant there had to be at least 30 men on board and that's not including the guy who held the rudder. There was not a whole lot of space "below deck" so I'm guessing it got a bit cozy and not in ...
We arrived in Oslo mid morning. It was cloudy and cool but it was not
raining. Oslo is very walkable and the ship docked near the city, so we did
our own walking tour, including the Parliament and the Royal Palace. Oslo
is a beautiful city. Many things are closed on Sunday so it was relaxed and
pleasant. We then went back to the ship for a little rest and lunch. After
lunch the sun broke out and it got warm. We toured the ...
... was just amazing what they found and have been able to preserve on display. They have studied brains and rebuilt faces from the skeletons. They have even given them names even though they don't have records of who was on it. The museum was especially built to fit the ship and there were 5 levels from which to view the ship from top to bottom. The timber on the ship had to be specially treated to preserve it when it came up out of the water. There were many ...