Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it had a cute name, but it seemed large enough on our map. Gran was lovely, though it was a pity we visited on a Sunday. It had little clothes stores and a few pubs. Sadly everything was closed besides a kebab store, so we took refuge in there. I tried a 'kyllingsnadder' kebab - of a creamy chicken concoction. Delicious. We then played in the snow as much as our toes would allow until the next train came, taking us further north. We ended up in ...
... store just next to the apartment building, so we stopped for supplies, maintaining our eating on a budget plan. We purchased enough things for dinner, breakfast, and lunch and headed up to get better acquainted with our host. We were pleasantly surrounded by a delicious aroma upon entering the apartment and quite content when he invited us to join him for dinner. He completely spoiled us with homemade pasta (sauce and everything, including ...
... your drinks.
Then it was a venture back farther into time…..Vikings! and female vikings at that! The viking ship museum displays 3 unearthed burial ships from the Viking era. The main display was a ship that had buried 2 honored female heads along with a multitude of gifts and tokens for the afterlife-carts, coins, artwork, etc. The main ship ...
... icon of a reindeer inside the church...funny or strange - up to you to decide.
next thing was the parliament and the park adjacent to the parliament. Seeing one sculpture that got everyone's attention was the dark figure with the penis.
Then we walked up to the royal palace, just missed the changing guards...damn. Had rest and did the selfie of me and my traveller. I'm revealing who is my traveller, her name is Melissa.
... and night, there was always a big fun group to do things with, whether it was a trip into the city, a day at the beach, or a night on the town. I've managed to stay in touch with a few of them, even if it's only via the odd email on Facebook.
What's cool about backpackers is how easygoing they can be - it's been almost four years since I visited Brazil, but shortly before departing on this trip, I though to myself "Who do I know in ...