Ms Innvik

Address: Langkaia, Oslo, Oslo, Norway | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Oslo

Are you my grandparents?

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 11, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... s palace, the cathedral caught fire and was left in ruins. Some years ago it was decided to preserve what was left, the glass pyramid was built, and now the site is used for weddings (Lars’ son was married there five years ago), concerts, functions – what a gorgeous venue for any event. It’s surrounded by trees, there are blinds which can be moved open or shut according to what’s happening inside ...

Boats, outdoors, history & culture

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Jul 28, 2015

25 photos

... sculptures, surprisingly erected before 1940's (all statues are naked). It was a very popular, large park with many sculptures. The Botanic Gardens were nice to visit, and had some clever sculptures, including items made from willow tree branches. The history experiences over our Oslo stay included the Armed Forces Museum, chock full of weapons! The Resistance Museum was touching and inspiring, and outlined the bravery of various underground ...

Oslo Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jul 04, 2015

22 photos

... the warriors that would die in combat.

After racking up ...

Top Ten Attractions in Oslo

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 11, 2015

10 photos

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Oslo sits at the northern end of a beautiful fjord which is a tourist attraction in its own right. The fjord is a big part of city life and any trip to Oslo would not be complete without at least some exploration of this body of water.

Viking Ship Museum


On to Oslo and the end of the Tour

A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on May 13, 2015

7 photos

... home to the 1994 Winter Olympics. Nice town. Went up the hill to see the ski jump and where the Olympic torch is located. They are hosting the 2016 Olympics and there is a lot of building going on.

The countryside has changed significantly. No more snow. Thicker forests and rolling green pastures are now more common. Houses look a little bigger with more character and they have gardens. I have been surprised at how "basic" the housing has been, I guess ...