Soria Moria Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the water looking like a floating iceberg.
A friend had recently visited and I saw ...
... photographer who had visited in 2012 and took portraits of people who had been injured in the conflict. It was quite heartbreaking, especially I read the personal stories and discovered that these human beings who had been blinded, disfigured and disabled by the war were often the fortunate ones of their families - the ones who survived, who can tell their story. And history is repeating itself as we speak. There were some other photos of ...
... very narrow roads. The road was not the straightest, but probably more exciting than E6 and certainly with less cars on the road. So we moved pretty fast towards Oslo.
Getting into Oslo was more difficult as there are a lot of roadworks in the city that the GPS does not necessarily recognized properly. So, with Hilde driving, the roads we were supposed to take blocked, she decided to test the road signs in Norway on their ...
... of the water. The roof is supported by thin angled columns also designed not to interfere with views.
Interior surfaces are covered in oak to bring warmth to spaces in contrast to the coolness of the white exterior. The main auditorium is a horseshoe shape and illuminated by an oval chandelier containing 5,800 handmade crystals. Seats include monitors for the electronic libretto system, allowing audiences ...
... and this display really shows all the aspects of this love of the sea. The two buildings of the museum house house multi media presentations as well as many models along with the ships of famous Norwegians explorer Amundsen's Gjoa and Gibraltar. Last day and take in some last minute must sees! While Cathy stays back to pack and prepare for our long journey home. First up, Oslo City Hall, seems very plain at first but step inside and WOW The huge main hall is decorated with ...