Thon Hotel Triaden

Address: Gamleveien 88, Lorenskog, Akershus, 1476, Norway | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Gamleveien 88, Lorenskog, is near Oslo Theater Museum (Teatermuseet i Oslo).
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Travel Blogs from Lorenskog

Oslo = A missed flight and a bomb threat

A travel blog entry by hollyplunkett on Dec 02, 2014

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... and not many places to sleep. It was only 2pm by now, and we had a long time to go so we couldn't sleep just yet. For the next 9hrs we just sat at a table and ate, chatted and then started to go insane. We were dancing around the airport, Katherine taught me some ballet and then we made up our own games. The time went fairly quickly, and at 11.30pm we cleaned our teeth and were about to go to sleep. Until a police officer came into the bathroom and told us we had to ...

Oslo - Day 3

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 11, 2014

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... different types of bricks which had been used over time, building up layer upon layer. When the Danish kings wouldn't appropriate funds for repairs, the commander of the castle used whatever bricks were lying around from any old or demolished buildings to build the fortress back up again. In the 1700's it was used as a grain store and administration building. It continued to degrade and no repairs were done, they had to ...

Copenhagen & Stockholm

A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 05, 2014

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... was just amazing what they found and have been able to preserve on display. They have studied brains and rebuilt faces from the skeletons. They have even given them names even though they don't have records of who was on it. The museum was especially built to fit the ship and there were 5 levels from which to view the ship from top to bottom. The timber on the ship had to be specially treated to preserve it when it came up out of the water. There were many ...

Day 2 - Oslo

A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Jul 26, 2014

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... make a fashion accessory or home furnishing out of pretty much anything with feelings and a face. I also saw a shop full of jumpers. God I love jumpers, and these were nice jumpers. Looking at the prices, they must have been knitted by unicorns from magical silken threads. In the meantime I had worked out that most of the things I had planned to do were a ferry ride away on the Bygdøy peninsula, so I walked down to (another) pier to find the ferry. Right next to the ...

So many Norwegian Sweaters

A travel blog entry by gretalindberg on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... WWII the Nazis overtook the fortress and used it for prisoners. In the fortress there were a few museums and we decided to go into the WWII Resistance Museum. We walked along the bay, saw the city hall and the newly constructed board walk and apartments. We went to a few shops that were open and everywhere there were Norwegian ...