Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the Town Hall each December.
Across the road is the ferry terminal. We could have used our passes and caught the bus to the Museum peninsula, but thought it would be more interesting to go by ferry. By this time ...
... thing about that museum was that somebody fell down the stairs and had to be picked up by an ambulance...(don't worry they were okay) The Opera was a very unique experience, which doesn't compare to anything I have done. It was a 3 1/1 hour performance, which was way to long but it was interesting. The show was called Don Giovanni, and was performed in Italian... We did have a small screen in front of our seat that presented the words in English, which ...
... a lot of construction going on. We visited the opera house here where you can walk on the roof, a pretty cool design! Other than that, we didn't do much else other than dinner with Christel and Ray again. The following day we went to a nearby crafts village, bærums verk. Lots of small art and craft shops, including a glass making one where we watched someone make a wine glass. After here we went to Sandvika and visited the shopping centre where June ...
... a bit of Oslo, unintentionally really, when we got lost in the tunnel system. Our route was plotted on the Pocket Map app on the mini but Oslo must not have read that app. None of the exits in the tunnel matched the names on the app so we got to see a good part of the western harbor region, the fortress and some residential areas before we could turn around and get back to the center of the city. Unfortunately, these were toll roads and tunnels ...
... first to the Norsk Folkemuseum. This museum reminded us of our Plymouth Plantation, Williamsburg, etc. Interesting reconstructed old wooden/log houses from different areas of Norway's past. Interesting to walk through.
Second museum we went to was the Viking Ships museum (Vikingskipshuset). Aside from the 3 wooden ships, we did not stop to read all the stuff. The shape of the ships was interesting and beautiful, kind of like in the ...