Thon Hotel Lillestrom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... were well and truly over our budget.
We pretty much just sat and were not even believing that this had happened. We were stranded in the most expensive country in the world. It was too cold and expensive to go back into town, so we caught the next bus to the aiport we supposed to be at originally.
90 minutes later we arrived at the small airport in the middle of no where. It was the smallest airport I had seen, with only one convenience store. There was ...
... do. Some of the statues were pretty violent and some I had to wonder what they were supposed to be doing. There was one where a grown man appeared to be getting attacked by babies. Not sure what the artist was trying to say there At the far end of the path was a massive fountain. It was a group of nudes holding up a massive bowl, overflowing with water. Rising up on the hill behind the fountain was a huge penis...I mean ...
... is the best way to see the main sights of Oslo.You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top, double-decker bus. There are 17 stops, and the entire route takes approximately 90 minutes. The bus departs every 30 minutes from each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours only.Oslo, the oldest and sunniest of the Scandinavian capitals, was founded by Harald Hadrade in the 11th century and is surrounded by mountains at the head of a ...
... being built on a landfill and everything). I had managed to eke my 1.5l out for 18 hours, but I was pretty thirsty by the time I got to the mainland. LEVEL UP! (on Maslow's hierarchy of needs). Next on the list was coffee (thanks to family tambourine). At the coffee shop I met a very nice American lady called Ally, who not only made me a coffee, but also filled my water bottle up with ice cubes FOR FREE. It was quite hot (did I mention that) so it felt like she'd given me ...
... let’s face it, in this lifestyle you don’t know when the next time you will be able to so you might as well go for it.
We arrived in Oslo at the start of a small heatwave; the weather was perfect for the next few days, with hot sunny days and relatively cool nights. We set about finding a good spot to camp up as we had a visitor arriving. We picked Craig up from the airport and headed ...