Thon Hotel Triaden
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on foot and by bus visiting (1) the Town Hall, home of the Nobel peace prize presentation, (2) the Opera House opened in 2008, (3) the Fortress area, the original part of Oslo, (4) Hohmenkollen ski museum and site the famous ski jumping area, (5) Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park with Vigeland's monumental sculptures depicting life from infancy to death, (6) the National Gallery featuring Edvard Munch's "The Scream" and (7) a boat ride in Oslo harbor viewing ...
... for the bike so we got ready to go and do both and as I was getting the stuff together, I received a message from the hire place through air BNB saying that if the mat that I had replaced was a different brand he wouldn't accept it and would accept 600 Kroner instead. Now, I had been feeling pretty relaxed about the whole mat situation since we'd bought the new ones so this brought me right down. Sverre replied to the guy and mentioned that the mat was ...
... put my tent up on a little space overlooking the beach and then spent the rest of the afternoon/evening reading and snoozing under a tree. BLISS. There is a faint smell of burgers mixed with weed and the soundtrack is a mix of "I like to move it, move it" from the left, some guitary Scando folk from the right, and beach frolicking from below. For tea I have some lovely bread and something called brunost (squeezy brown caramelly cheese in a tube) which ...
We flew to Oslo on Sunday morning, a short hop of slightly more than an hour. It is a smaller city than Copenhagen and has a more diverse population which probably means that historically, its immigration policy has been more liberal. Today, we went to a small peninsula in the harbor where there are numerous museums. The Kon-Tiki Museum was particularly interesting with full scale replicas of both the Kon-Tiki and the Ra as well as accounts of the journeys ...
... lined with nude sculptures, male, female and children. It was meant to depict the circle of life and was built over 100 years ago. It is named after the man who created it, Gustav Vigeland.
Next we go up the mountain where there is a massive ski slope made from steel. The skiers practice their aerial pursuits all year round on this and it is very high.
After there, the tour ...