Rica Hotel Gardermoen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... get up early the next morning. We did not get up early today. I mean, we didn't sleep the day away, but I did not follow my plan of getting up at 7. After almost no sleep the two nights before and packed days, I needed to crash. We did get out though and headed to Norway's Resistance Museum. On the way there we checked out an Oslo port, park, and Akershus Fortress. The orange and yellow leaves on the ground would normally be ignored, but something about it (maybe it was that ...
... seems to be very popular with the Danish people and we saw lots of photos of her. The bus took us to all the tourist sights including lots of historic buildings and the Little Mermaid. Unfortunately we ran out of time and missed a few other things that we would like to have seen. We would like to have gone to Legoland but found that it was a couple of hours out of Copenhagen so we settled for looking at some of the models in the shops. It is amazing what they ...
... OMG everything (laundry room! Kitchen! Key cards! Hot showers! Plugs by the bed! Lockers in the room! A CHUFFING LIFT!) I've stayed in a lot of hostels and this is an amazing hostel. Even including the one in Bangkok that had a yoga/meditation roof garden with a fish pond. And the tree house on the beach that came with its own dog. Also having a hot shower, clean clothes and somewhere to sit that isn't prickly or covered in ants is better than drugs. I'm so ...
... from Australia for an hour or so. We skipped dinner, but decided to have a sandwich in the International Café (we split a tuna Panini and a Cuban). We went to the early show – it was described as a “comedy vocalist”. He did some impressions of some well-known singers, like Tom Jones and Elvis, and some lesser known (to us at least) UK artists. He was a bit funny at times, but best was the guy he recruited from the audience. He ...
Today’s port was Oslo, Norway. We decided to walk through the city to get a better feel for it. We strolled from the port to the National Gallery. This was high on the girls’ list as it has Munch’s “the Scream.” This is a very nice museum with art from Munch, Monet, El Greco, Van Gogh, Vigeland, and many others. It’s a good sized collection for a 1-2 hour visit. You’re able ...