Rica Hotel Gardermoen
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Rica Hotel Gardermoen
Travel Blogs from Gardermoen
Wake up and there's thick snow outside! No one was expecting that. Liz has been up since 5 beaver watching. Unfortunately no beavers this time. We go to the lake to pick up the nets and there's lots of fish! Success:) 29 in total. Marius's dad guts them and we have them for lunch. From pond to plate in less than an hour. Time for a stop at the national park before heading ...
... t rain-hostel-sleep-bus-plane -bus. I have spent 7 days in transport for one night out in Norway! I nearly miss the airport bus, I get there with seconds to spare. The plane in uneventful. Then it's just 4 hours on the bus with an alchohliv unemployed woman who is going home to stay with here mum lecturing a student who works two jobs and is going to see his mum about the value money! She is going to Glastonbury and all sorts. Maybe there's an upside to my pending unemployment ...
... there was no ice. Instead, we took a bus to this area of the city, going to the last museum in order to work our way up. We started at the Fram museum, a museum dedicated to polar ships and the high arctic; however, our priority was the northern light show they have every 20 minutes. We figured since a trip to the north of Norway wasn't possible in such a short time frame, that this would be the next best thing. The woman scanned our passes and told ...
... 1863 to 1944, which was around the time Darwinism was taking hold and the scientific community was starting to gain ground. They drew some really interesting insights on how the natural world and science had an impact on his work. Although he did have a fancy for mythological creatures too. Quite the diverse character ol' Eddie. After the museum I made my way back into town and headed for the Oslo Cathedral. The official religion in Norway became the ...
... in history classes.
From there back to the apartment to change to car to a cheaper garage, but too late, the ticket was already there, unfortunately I don't understand Norsk so not sure what I have to do now.
After that we found out that our apartment is located 100 mtrs from one of the more fancy areas of Oslo called Gruennerlokka on the other side of the river - the eastern part. We found a nice restaurant there and had a very nice Asian dinner.