Thon Hotel Linne
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... is poured with rain and was pretty cold, making it hard to really enjoy it. We did go to the Nobel Peace Centre which was excellent and walked around in the rain to see the Royal Palace, the Norwegian Parliament, and some of the other famous buildings. For dinner we snuck into a little Thai restaurant near our hotel where we had a really delicious dinner, helping to redeem Oslo slightly. Hours on the train: 32.5 Countries visited: ...
... to see a shopping mall where locals go to, and it was good to ride the bus and see some neighborhoods. I believe this was suburban. There were even some farm lands, with crops that were golden yellow.
The mall was kind of big, with some of the familiar stores such as H&M (which seems to be quite popular here), Banana Republic etc and some stores unique to Norway. What I was interested most were the stores that were similar to either Crate ad Barrel, or Pottery Barn. ...
... arriving tour buses. We got on one of the last buses (families with kids went first) departing for Oslo. It was another two hour bus ride but we eventually pulled into the Oslo train station which was the original destination. From there we caught a cab to our hotel arriving with none of the planned afternoon left in the schedule. The unplanned rigors of traveling had raised its ugly head, but nothing can faze a pair ...
Today I volunteered at the Oslo's City Hall it was the Festival of Sound which was going to be so amazing to be there. There were bands from Europe and the United Kingdom as well as a few local Norwegian bands. I helped with different thing like cleaning up the hall, Removing furniture, carrying and setting up lights and sound equipment. Helping the Roadies carry in bands equipment and instruments. After 2 hours ...
... of the city there is a fabulous collection of old timber houses clinging tenaciously to the hillside and serviced only by the very narrowest of trails. I take the time to explore this region as I make my way back towards the city via interesting points of interest such as the Holberg Museum and the Cathedral, the Radhus and eventually our hotel. Cath has been busy with emails, Skype and texting for most of the day and feels like getting out of the room and taking in the ...