Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... traits. One of the buildings is PWC and another Deloittes.
Onto the Fortress the Royal Palace, the theatre, parliament and City Hall. Then to the Vigeland Sculpture Park. Quite impressive. Some dude was given a heap of land and asked to fill it full of sculptures. The Norwegians wanted to show they were sophisticated. He expressed the life of humans from birth to death via his statues. ...
... much based upon reviews and recommendations I found. Boy, did we hit the jackpot!
We weren't exactly sure what the Fram Museum was all about. It turns out that this wonderful three-story modern museum tells the fascinating stories of polar explorations by brave Norwegian explorers, starting in the late 1800's. The Fram was the name of the ship that scientist Fridtjof Nanson commissioned when he set out to try to reach the North Pole in ...
... on any level can be sweet!)
We catch the last ferry back to the center of town. As rain is predicted for tomorrow, we board a tram for the ultra-modern Opera House where we do what tourists are supposed to do-walk on the roof. We walk back along pedestrian Karl Johan Gate and it is after eight by the time we get to the hotel. Bob cancels our dinner reservations (made a month ago from home) and we have pasta at Prima Fila, a charming restaurant close by the ...
... around twelve hours in front so we were non the wiser really and the pilots were still on strike. We figured we'd have to forget Tromsø. We cancelled our airport car park and booked a hotel for another two nights in Oslo. It was a perfect sunny day so we took a walk to the Vigeland Sculpture Park, there were apparently over two hundred sculptures here all done by the same guy, in fact that guy Gustav Vigeland had also designed the park. We entered the park and started ...
... Sunday we drove around to Bygdoy island, the museum island of Oslo and visited the Kon-Tiki museum; the Fram museum and the Viking ship museum. I think I have now done my quota on all maritime related museums (having already visited HMS Belfast in London, the Shackleton exhibition in Dublin and TitanicBelfast). Seriously though, all 3 museums were fascinating. Kon-Tiki told the story of ...