Thon Hotel Oslo Panorama
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... that to him and he got me all set up - IN A ROOM ALL TO MYSELF ! It was awesome to walk into a nice clean room with nobody in there and be able to fall asleep peacefully.
I am now at the Oslo airport waiting to board my flight to Bodo and will then take the ferry to Svolvaer, an island off the coast and part of the Lofoten Islands - can’t wait to get up there ! Smaller places await, and that is so much more exciting than city life - get me outta here !
... cameras recording your license plate, some we saw more than once. We later got on-line and registered our rental car. Can't wait to see that bill!
Getting to the busy downtown area didn't help our orientation with all the bus only, bike only, one-way lanes plus all the construction. We were without an accurate map and street signs were small and difficult to see. It was dumb luck that we found the central railway station then kind of ...
... because of their varying native tongues, all chose to speak in English.
While sitting there a dear, frail old woman stumbled over a silly drain in the footpath and fell heavily almost on top of us.
So, I abused her for nearly spilling my drink, and kicked her away.....
No, not true! :)
I picked her up, and sat her on the seat, and rolled up her sleeve to see how much damage she'd done as she had bloodied her arm - she had a nasty graze, ...
... camps and extermination in Germany and Poland.
Close to the ferry in Bogdoy was the Maritime museum which traces the maritime tradition of the Norwegians from the time of the Vikings through to present day. Much of the museum consisted of a display of models of ships over time.
Our final museum had displays of the two ships used in expeditions to the north and south. Poles. Pictures an ...
... pictures everywhere in the museum except in the Munch room, so no pictures of “the Scream.”
From the National Gallery we walked along Karl Johans Gate, an area with parks, shops, and street musicians (including an accordion), to the Akershus Fortress. This is an active military base with centuries of history as a fortress for Oslo. Lots of cobblestone streets and a steep incline to get to the main part of the complex. There are ...