Thon Hotel Gyldenlove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... students! The streets remained empty until about 1 pm on the weekend. Not one person seemed to be in a rush or was stressed out! We picked a perfect time to visit, because in a couple weeks it will be below freezing! The leaves on the trees were changing colors and falling off onto the cobble stone sidewalks and streets, which was beautiful! I would return to Norway anytime I got the opportunity due to it's beautiful countryside, posh cities, and wonderful ...
... my belongings, so this was causing me severe anxiety, like a child lost in the mall .. "...mum ... dad ... where are you?!" Once in the tram station I found someone to give me directions, he helped me as much as possible, gave me a map, set me up with another tram card and off I went, into the dark of night. The tram ride into the city itself was about 20 minutes and once arriving at the station I made my way up to the city street (armed with somewhat of a map, which, ...
Weather was a mix of really quite warm when sun was out, rain for a bit, and a dash of rain with sun. We saw a rainbow.
Picked up our bags - grabbed a subway, then train back to Airport which does not have free wifi and was a bit lacking. Train was very busy too. We managed to spend our remaining Kroner on a banana (10K) and a chocolate bar (26K).
Great way to spend a couple of days!
... little party in the back yard, after I'd repaired the big folding sun-umbrella. I was quite impressed - Mr T, who self-confessed can do nothing with his hands, actually had a tool-box which had enough of the basics to do the job.
We were still there as it got dark and therefore, time for the sack....
Today, Friday.....don't know yet. Young Viktor set the pace at about 5.30 am, but from here on - who knows, but KA, Mr T and little V are coming ...
... pictures everywhere in the museum except in the Munch room, so no pictures of “the Scream.”
From the National Gallery we walked along Karl Johans Gate, an area with parks, shops, and street musicians (including an accordion), to the Akershus Fortress. This is an active military base with centuries of history as a fortress for Oslo. Lots of cobblestone streets and a steep incline to get to the main part of the complex. There are ...