Thon Hotel Slottsparken
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThon Hotel Slottsparken Oslo
The room was adequate and clean. The location was excellent being across the road from the beautiful park and palace nearby. Walk to everything. It is a pleasent short walk into the centre of the city and the water front. The breakfast was great and the breakfast room and service was excellent. Thanks.
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As it was our last day in Oslo, we made sure to leave with plenty of time to fit everything we wanted to do in. Of course, first we stopped for coffee. I don't normally rely on caffeine in the morning, but sometimes when you are traveling it is a necessary and welcome boost. We had spotted a cute little cafe not far from the apartment and so decided to go there. We managed to confuse the poor girl making the coffee, as we asked for mochas with ...
... I got to city hall at 3.15 and luckily it was open till 4pm.
At first I couldn't find my way in. It faces the harbour but this is actually the back of the building. I had to make my way round to the front worried it might close.
The interior is a very grand ...
... with each other, but we still don't understand each other". As humans we're not very good at making room for the "other", the one not like us. We negotiate and meet needs and serve purposes, but that's not the same as understanding and welcoming. As I walked across the long bridge over the fjord (Tromsø is on an island connected to the mainland in two directions via bridges) it was bright and sunny, but the northerly wind was definitely ...
... the last event of its kind that will be authorized using that seating configuration.
Darlene's Solo Walk
As has been the case during all our trips, sometimes I hang back while Darlene does a tour of things on her own. She has to tolerate me 24/7 most of the time, so it's only fair to give her an occasional breather.
Here are some things she saw while on walkabout and her ...
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