Thon Hotel Gardermoen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... area. Passing the parliament building I ate a typical Norwegian snack at a cute deli store with a view on the people walking by. Last stop on my walking tour was the cathedral which I actually already passed when I first walked to my hostel. On the way back I heard people singing and followed the sound. Fortunately I found a gathering of gospel choirs from all over Norway singing Christian songs together. Although I'm not Christian I liked the feeling how all the people danced ...
... were ordered to hand in tents, gumboots, rucksacks, blankets, windproof clothing or face the death penalty; the Germans knew people were hiding in the countryside so wanted to freeze or starve them out but the Resistance hijacked a shipment of 80,000 ration cards and that plan was ruined. The Norwegians certainly gave the Germans a real run for their money.
At the end of the war the Germans surrendered and the photo showing them walking afterwards ...
... scenery attached, it was just as beautiful as the tourist packed trip we took yesterday, but without the stops and crowds. After arriving in Oslo, it was a short walk across to our hotel, adjacent to the station and a room on the ninth floor, overlooking the plaza and waterfront below. We had a quick meal, collected our Oslo Card and then walked to the Town Hall to join a ...
The next few days saw us go in every direction of the compass.
First foray was just west of the CBD to Vigelandsparken, Oslo's largest park, with a marvellous collection of sculptures by Gustav Vigeland. 212 sculptures depicting humanity in all its forms have been placed along the ...
As it was our last day in Oslo, we made sure to leave with plenty of time to fit everything we wanted to do in. Of course, first we stopped for coffee. I don't normally rely on caffeine in the morning, but sometimes when you are traveling it is a necessary and welcome boost. We had spotted a cute little cafe not far from the apartment and so decided to go there. We managed to confuse the poor girl making the coffee, as we asked for mochas with ...