Rica Hotel Gardermoen
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... locals for hours and hours we continued walked to try and find our hotel. It took 2 1/2 hours to find our hotel on bus and foot. Needless to say I was pretty ****** and was very tired and hungry. We woke up knowing breakfast was free with the hotel and became happy again. We feasted like kings with unlimited cereal, fruit and lunch meats. We walked to the train station after and hopped on a 9 hour train back to Oslo. I was able to fall asleep a few times. And I finished ...
... into my walk up Storgata, but at least I was close. The streets seemed to be getting a little less populated now, and there was some construction going on that forced me to walk near an alley and some shady looking characters, after the construction ended I promptly moved back to the other side, but I still knew I was getting closer if only I could find it soon. I was walking with a sort of rough-and-tumble guy (well near, not with) when I passed the shady characters and felt like ...
... basically what it looks like. Also, there are very tall, straight pine trees everywhere. With the Oslo pass I had a boat tour free, so I decided to start the day with that. The meeting point was across from the Opera House, and the clouds were just really beautiful that day. I can't put my finger on why, but everyone else thought so too because we all were taking pictures like mad waiting for the boat.
The boat took me to Bygdoy, which is a peninsula with summer homes and ...
... the Noble Peace Prize laureates when we exited the Centre.
To finish off the day we wondered through the city streets taking in the sights and headed towards the Palace where we could only view it through the fence. We then caught a tram back to Central Station and found an Italian Restaurant serving real Cappacino’s and Latte’s so enjoyed a treat
while we could.
Despite it being a two night stay, our visit ...
... We were ready to relax in our beautiful hotel Thon Cecil. We walked into a teeny tiny lobby, got our card keys, road the elevator to the 4th floor entered #413. That was the good part! This has to be the smallest hotel room in Oslo. I was sick; Jim was hacked! We pushed all our bags to the wall, & fell exhausted & mad into our full sized beds--what happened to our king sized ones. Oh we'll, when you're that exhausted, you shut up & hope for a better day!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet