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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... all. He looks at the address and goes “that’s far! Yeah, very far!” (he was also quite large, I think even a 5 minute walk to him would have been "very far"). Anyways, I wasn’t sure that he was right, considering the guy at the first tram station said it wasn’t far from the stop I was getting off at. Luckily, the other guy eating dinner with the Shell employee was a taxi driver. Exhausted and hungry I just said “would you mind giving ...
... recording your license plate, some we saw more than once. We later got on-line and registered our rental car. Can't wait to see that bill!
Getting to the busy downtown area didn't help our orientation with all the 'bus only', ‘bike only’, one-way lanes plus all the construction. We were without an accurate map and street signs were small and difficult to see. It was dumb luck that we found the central railway station and from ...
... in the restaurant in Oslo this evening the sky opened with heavy rain and some hail. Thankfully it didn't last long and we didn't need to get the umbrella out. We are not too sure what the weather holds for tomorrow.
The first signs of settlement here date back to 900 and by 1300 Oslo was an important trading centre. In 1624 it was renamed Christiania. In the early 1800's it was still small but grew ...
... about reality and existence and perception. Plans for tomorrow - sleep until I wake up, get ferry back to Oslo, do culture. I'm here until Monday, when I'll be getting the train down to Bergen. It's supposed to be pretty good, especially as Norway didn't privatise the railways and also spend money on them so they work properly and are also cheap. Update: received a proposition to share a tent from a lovely Jamaican man called Mark. Declined ...
... Norway as a whole) was clamoring for independence, which it finally achieved in 1905 – though the city didn't revert to its original name for another twenty years.
Today's city center embodies the urban elegance of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: wide streets, dignified parks and gardens, solid buildings and long, consciously classical vistas combine to lend it a self-satisfied, respectable air. ...