Thon Hotel Lillestrom
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... would have had about 100 square meters of sail. On display in that room was the burial hut from the Gokstad ship, it had been squashed by stones on top of it as well as the weight of earth over that but they restored it all the same.
The fourth room had beautifully carved sledges and a cart (the cats were for decoration on that one), we couldn’t get over the perfect thread on metal screws inserted into the frame of the sledges. I actually ...
... original Akershus Fortress. In Bygdoy there are several museums, we chose to see the Viking Ship Museum, containing three Viking ships from 200AD, that had been used as sailing vessels and then used as burial ships for some rich/ powerful citizens, men and women. They were preserved by being covered in earth mounds, and although looted of their jewels and weapons sometime later, were discovered intact in the 1880's and preserved. The detailed workmanship, carvings and remnant weaving of ...
... each have 4-5 outfits, a weeks worth of clean undies, and whatever else we could cram in! You could say we are very proficient crammers!
A friend in LA (Peyman from Underwraps) offered to let us park our car at his warehouse in Chatsworth. That seemed like a great options since the cheapest parking we could find for an over-sized van was around $600 ...
... and when we got there it was a pile of rubble and a building site and it wasn't even the same one that we'd approached from a different way. Obviously car parks were so last year, this side of Oslo. We finally got to the hotel, checked in and went to our room. I had a mosey around the kitchen cupboards as some of the reviews said it was a bit short on the cooking utensils. The first cupboard was empty, the next one was empty, I looked in a drawer it was empty, every bloody ...
... hours he headed out and we searched for a more substantial dinner. We found ourselves at Abbey Theatre pub, an Irish pub. They played some great Irish music while we had nachos and watched football and hockey. When we had exhausted this location we went to sit in Piazza Navona. We sat there for a while, just watching people and chilling, before deciding to head to the airport. We walked back to piazza de Popolo to catch the metro and then work our way back to Ciampino airport. ...