Rica Oslo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Soooo, time to look into my father's family tree……… and this morning was melt-down time, the perfect planner needed to be on the platform at the station at the right time and when Jen said her coffee was going to be five minutes at Starbucks I didn’t really think that was a good idea (No, no – HURRY UP!) was heard, but we got there. Train travel here seems expensive, the equivalent of about $110 return ...
... as the ships, was the intricate carving and the burial artifacts like shoes, pots buckets, tools, etc. You get a feel for the people and their world. Moving on to the next ship museum, we saw the Fram. This is a historic polar region exploration ship. Unlike other ships, it was designed to be frozen into the polar ice for months on end and not be crushed. The steep curved sides meant the ice pushed the ship up out of the ...
... so we had to head to the public hospital. It was all a bit slow, I got triaged as green (not as urgent as red or gold or orange) and waited several hours, but eventually got my antibiotics, from a young doctor from Bergen and headed home for a sleep. (He did tell me that if I didn't get better I could go see his Dad while I am in Bergen!) We managed a walk in the late afternoon and it is a beautiful place. The buildings are ...
... in children because of their commitment to outdoor time. Unless it is under 10 degrees Fahrenheit, Norwegian babies nap outdoors in their prams under sheepskin covers. No one has carpets in their homes to avoid childhood asthma, a malady doctors review in depth with new parents.
In one incredibly gorgeous, tony neighborhood Curtis stopped us to reflect on how quiet the streets of Oslo really are. He explained that most cars are driving in ...
... regions, such as polar bears and penguins. The Fram Museum is centered principally on the original exploration vessel Fram. The original interior of Fram is intact and visitors can go inside the ship to view it. Fram was commissioned, designed, and built by Scots-Norwegian shipbuilder Colin Archer to specifications provided by Norwegian Arctic explorer Fridtjof Nansen, who financed the building of the ship with a combination of grant monies provided by the ...