Voksenasen Hotel AS
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... pretty, quite delicate-looking, from the 1870s. Outside the churchyard was impeccably kept – as they all were with mown lawns and flowers planted on the graves, something new being done in a lot of churchyards now. This was the only church we saw with stone wall all around and it had a tiled top, looked very Japanese in style (and that’s what we’d thought about the stonework at Akershus castle, sloping walls made ...
... and he and the Dutchman are considered the father's of modern art.
Munch is best know for "The Scream". Personally I liked some of his other stuff better. When he died all his work he had retained was bequeathed to the city of Oslo, so they have built a gallery to display it in, along with contrasting works. As a bonus there were also a few of Gaugin's daubings thrown in.
We stopped for a cold drink at Starbucks (a cop out I know) ...
Fram Polar Ship Museum: This museum housed the Fram, the strongest wooden ship ever built (at the talk) that took the famous explorer, Roald Amundson, close to the north and south poles. The museum had a lot of information that ...
Up at 7 this morning. Was pretty tired cause I had a terrible sleep last night. There were noisy people in the room next door and they kept waking me up until I put ear plugs in. We packed up and went over to the main hotel to check out and have breakfast. After breaky we sat in the reception and passed the time until we had to catch our train which left for Oslo at 9:10. Our seats were 13 & 14 ...
... with plenty of folks strolling the shopping district but nothing like the crowds and chaos of New York. We followed the main avenue east to west, which runs a line from the train station to Oslo Cathedral to the Parliament building to the Palace. The architecture was impressive, but what really stood out was some of the archeological details that were integrated, like the 1000 year old sculpture that was a cornerstone on the church. The huge walking ...