Thon Hotel Ullevaal Stadion
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... 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 ...
... under water in the Stream. It was cool. As mentioned above, lunch was Duck confit. Delicious.
We walked back to the central station and then went on a walking tour. It was interesting. The tour guide was not the best guide. We saw a lot of street art. It was interesting.
We went back to the hostel and made some dinner.
Friday the 5th September ...
... city council has decided to revitalize the area with new buildings and activities. Seems very successful and very lively. These is also a very nice building which turned out to be a modern museum called Astrup Fearnley museum with very modern art. Fascinated by the building and some of the exhibitions inside we decided to go in to have a glimpse of some of the art there. One part is very similar to what you would expect in the Guggenheim in NYC - ...
... on this, several years ago, you will remember the race between Scott and Amundsen. This museum has the boat and the boat is open for viewing. Most of the boat can be touched and walked on, bedrooms are closed with a window for viewing and there are personal artifacts in the bedrooms. The engine room is open for viewing thru a window from the floor above. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/ice/people events/pandeAMEX87.html
... since the 14th century. All of the houses were tiny cottages and they each had a flagpole, for patriotic reasons but also to show their neighbors when they are home. When they raise their flag, it means people are welcome to come over for tea. Some of the houses had grass growing on the roofs, which keeps in the heat in the winter but also keeps homes cool in the summer by shielding it from the sunlight. Our bus driver masterfully maneuvered around these steep, windy ...