Rica Oslo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... some still bearing the name of their Swedish manufacturer, that lie on the ground. Everything decomposes slowly in the Arctic-not least the plastic jugs, latex gloves and bottle tops that have washed up on shore.
'Fast ice' and a bear (too far away to see well but close enough to cause a problem) prevent our landing at Liefdefjorden, a large arm of Woodfjord. The scenery is 'awesome', we see ...
... didn't just bang a twix and a bag of crisps in there though. No, slaughtered cattle, pigs and chickens, and even some flour, yeast and bowls and stuff so they could make bread. I suppose it would have been a shame though to have all that lovely meat and not be able to make a sandwich. Friday March 13th It was our last day in Oslo today, we'd ended up here longer than planned with not going to Tromsø, but even though expensive, it was a great place to be stuck. We spent the ...
... with comments from others that had also visited the museum. Next we took the bus out to the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, which is an open-air museum with structures and indoor exhibits showing the evolution of culture in Norway over the years. The open-air museum included log houses from Østerdal, historical structures from Havin and Gransherad, all the way up to more modern day housing. While the structures were pretty impressive, I ...
... in. Good choice as it was really worth it.
Rather than have big empty rooms like the Bergen castle they were crowded with antique furniture. The walls were also adorned with many full size tapestries. ...
... distance from the city center and the opera house.
After unloading and finding an expensive parking space for the car, we walked up to the opera house. Very nice architecture, to a certain extent inspired by the Sydney opera house we guessed, but different. It is also on the waterfront, there is a lot of activity, a cafe along the opera house, lots of people and buzz, white stones and glass as main construction elements. ...