Thon Hotel Gardermoen
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... 5 aviation officials. They told us that we could walk 10km to the nearest hotel, or just wait and see what happens. We decided to wait in the cold until they diffused the bomb. 2 hours later, it was too cold to bear the -2 degree cold. We were allowed into the undercover airport parking and we found the ticket office. The boss asked if we could come in to warm up a little, but the only guy in that Office said no because "that's not protocol". Plan B was a foyer area of ...
... loved it, loved it, loved it! In the museum they have three ships dug up from burial grounds. The ships have been dated back to 850 and 900AD. Now I always thought a viking funeral meant sending a ship out to the harbour and setting it on fire but I guess I must watch to much TV. The wealthy and powerful were buried in their ships with enough provisions and tools so they would be comfortable in the next life. Now these ships were big, about 70ft foot long. Can you imagine the ...
... everywhere. The scenery was awesome, but is was bloody freezing. Sverre said it was 13 degrees but it felt sub zero. I was regretting only wearing a singlet top under my hoody and motorcycle jacket and no thermals. We were both shivering. We soon came to some type of road works where we had to stop and wait for a bit. We were told it would be at least 20 minutes before we could get going again so Sverre switched the bike off and I unpacked my backpack ...
... to the South Pole. There's something about those expeditions (Scott's and Amundsen's) that has always fascinated me. Maybe because being that cold is the worst thing I could imagine. Back to the Fram - you could go on it and see all the little rooms and it was all quite tastefully decorated. I would have gone on the expedition if I could have just stayed on the boat and done the cooking, and maybe a bit of reading or something while they were out. After the Fram I went to ...
... back into town, revisiting some places I'd already visited, such as the park, and the museum, and basically just wandering around this beautiful city. I'll say it again, I think I could easily live here. I'd have to wait and see what it's like in winter I guess, but could definitely spend my European summers in Oslo, without a doubt. I think I'd have to be working there though, otherwise I'd go broke in about two weeks. Everything you've heard about how expensive it is ...