Thon Hotel Ullevaal Stadion
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... paintings from Norwegian artists, as well as other European artists dating back to the 1400's! The most famous piece in the museum is "The Scream" by Edvard Munch! Every single art class I have taken has had a copy of this painting hanging on the wall! It was really neat to see the original painting, that is internationally famous! The gallery also had several Picasso paintings. After visiting the National Gallery we walked past several cathedrals ...
... Thor Heyerdahl, who in 1947, built a reed ship, named it Kon-Tiki and sailed it across the pacific. The Fram museum houses the vessel The Fram, which is the only boat to have had expeditions to both polar regions and to have travelled further north then any other vessel. But most fascinating of all was the Viking ship museum, which has several Viking ships on display, all built between 820-900AD ...
... had a pizza and drink deal for 40K. 10K is about £1, so nothing too distressing thus far.
We passed the parliamant buidling, uni building and at then end was the royal palace; then off to Akerr Brydge where like many other, we ate a pricey ice cream and lapped up the sun whilst viewing boats. Not as pretty as Bergen by a long way, nor with the interest of that street in Copenhagen like this, but anyway, lets not compare. Oslo ...
On all good things there's an end. Today was our last day in Norway before we take the ferry again tomorrow to go back to the mainland.
Woke up and had breakfast on the terrace of the house. The weather allowed, but the forecast from the internet as well as the locals predicted the end of 'good weather season' around 4 pm this afternoon. So, we left in summer clothing but equipped with warm and ...
... a Norwegian friend of Bryce’s university friend, who we first met in London) & Anna-Maria live, we could already smell the bacon from outside the front door. We barely had to lift a finger for the next few days as these two looked after us – we were treated like royalty. First up was a cruise on their new boat through the Lysefjord, we passed a few tourist boats and immediately knew this was the way to do ...