Thon Hotel Linne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... So amazing! I fell in love with all the beautiful buildings and streets and eventually even passed a small vintage flee market. My destination was the Frogner park. Funny about it: throughout the whole park you'll find statues of naked people. Every gender, age and position! Really funny and a beautiful park, especially in autumn when you walk through all the leaves. From a platform located on a small hill you have the perfect spot for a ...
... chair with his eyes closed though they seemed to change their posts from room to room quite often, saved them from getting bored I guess.
The museum had a few Egyptian items, most important of course was a cat mummy…… but really they did have some very good wooden sarcophaguses (sarcophagi?), two with mummies inside and another showing bright painted scenes on the inside of the coffin. There were a couple of cabinets of ...
... br> I then took the main street up to the palace and the park. The city seemed nice but smaller than Stockholm and the layout was nearly American with all the straight streets.
I went back early to the hostel which also has a shop next door, as my train left at 6am to get to the first stop of "Norway in a Nutshell" trip, Flam. ...
... traits. One of the buildings is PWC and another Deloittes.
Onto the Fortress the Royal Palace, the theatre, parliament and City Hall. Then to the Vigeland Sculpture Park. Quite impressive. Some dude was given a heap of land and asked to fill it full of sculptures. The Norwegians wanted to show they were sophisticated. He expressed the life of humans from birth to death via his statues. ...
... sailors have had in the politics and development of Norway as a nation. Fascinating. Onward - about twenty steps to the Fram Museum. Now I must admit I had never heard of the Fram and I'm willing to bet most of you havent either but there it was holding two enormous, complete ships - the Fram and the Gjoa - the ships Amunsden used to explore the North and south poles. The stories of he and his men, the race to the south pole, the gear used, the learning Amunsden put he and his ...