Ulleval Hotell

Kirkeveien 166, Oslo, Oslo, 0407, Norway | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oslo

Day 81: Our next 72 hours

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... Romanian lei cents, 1.01 pounds, 1 ukranian coin, 3 Danish kroner, 18 Norwigian kroner
# of New beers: 68
# of times we did laundry: 3
#of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 16
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4 ...

Oslo-Day Three

A travel blog entry by lmccall


... to Bygdoy peninsula which is about a 5km ride from our hotel. The peninsula is where the Royal Family Farm is located and also the old Viking ships and more recent explorer ships. The Kon-Tiki Museum was our first stop to see the Kon-Tiki boat as well as RA I, RR II and Tigris. In addition to the boats there was a fantastic exhibit displaying artifacts from his excavations on Easter Island. The voyage of Kon-Tiki ...

Oslo, Norway: Evenings on the Waterfront

A travel blog entry by samber


... drove into town for a bite to eat, wander and drink. Having been in relatively small towns it was nice to be back in a thriving metropolis full of noise, life, shops and restaurants. The waterfront development oozed a sense of fun and relaxation with equal measures of home, work and leisure achieved by the mix of apartments and work space. The only drawback being it was built on the wrong side of the harbour and was therefore cast ...

Second day in Oslo a.k.a. the museum day

A travel blog entry by pyres

... explorer, who crossed the Pacific ocean on a raft named Kon-Tiki. So, in Oslo I finally got a chance to see the actual raft as well as Ra II, a reed boat that crossed Atlantic. The exhibit had a lot of information about the expedition, the science ...

The journey itself is the reward...

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... a value judgement, an act of saying that "my" existence is "normal" and someone else's is not. Insolite is thus a lofty - if not unethical - goal, so perhaps I am better off taking each place for what it is. After all, I am a tourist in Scandinavia and I am under the age of 60, travelling through the most expensive country in the world. It's a tremendous privilege.

Now that being said, I must remark that the things that make travel both trying and rewarding are ...


This hotel, located in the St. Hanshaugen - Ullevål area of Oslo, is near Vigeland Park, Tusenfryd, Colosseum, and Cafe Mono.
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