Rica Park Hotel Drammen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Business Services
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On Tuesday, 9/9, we flew from Reykjavik to Oslo, Norway, arriving about noon. We found the train to downtown and found our hotel, a very nice one, without problem. We were told it rained very hard that morning but the weather cleared and was sunny when we arrived. We strolled around town to get the lay of the land and to stretch our legs. We met our travel group at dinner; they are a nice, well traveled group of 19 others plus our leader. On Wednesday, 9/10 we ...
... up to me, and I figured that the extra time in the saddle was a small price to pay for an experience for which we might never get another opportunity. The road up to Stegastein was this tiny one-lane mountain road filled with caravans and RV's all pushing past, and the wet meant that I had to take it really easy but once we got there Jess conceded it was worth the detour. There was a timber and steel structure that allowed you to walk out well beyond the edge of ...
... a Norwegian friend of Bryce’s university friend, who we first met in London) & Anna-Maria live, we could already smell the bacon from outside the front door. We barely had to lift a finger for the next few days as these two looked after us – we were treated like royalty. First up was a cruise on their new boat through the Lysefjord, we passed a few tourist boats and immediately knew this was the way to do ...
... dancing on a field near the waterfall. Then she jumps dramatically out of view, and instantly reappears closer to the waterfall and continues her dance – repeating the magical dislocation twice more before disappearing for good. Such a magical scene!
At Myrdal we change to the high-speed train to Oslo. The journey is four hours, but we are never bored by the changing landscape and the pleasant conversation, plus a trip ...
... While we were checking out local people, we noticed a rather unusual fashion trend. Turns out that all the cool kids in Oslo wear those tiny, Nanna-style lanyards to keep the sunglasses around their neck. I have made a sport out of taking the mickey out of my mum for wearing a lanyard with her glasses, as I don’t think she is old enough yet. Turns out maybe I owe her an apology and maybe she really is a ...