Quality Hotel Ringerike

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Kongensgate 3, Honefoss, Buskerud, 3510, Norway
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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REPORTING TIME AT OSLO AIRPORT

by PINKY54

We are a group of three friends who are to catch a Lufthansa flight from Gardermoen airport Oslo to Frankfurt at 1020 am. We plan to catch the Flytoget out of Oslo S. What is the right time to arrive at the airport so that we are in well in time for the check in formalities etc.
Thanks in advance

Re: REPORTING TIME AT OSLO AIRPORT

by yvr

Lufthansa recommends at least one hour prior to departure, that depends on how you are going to check-in, on-line, mobile phone, at the airport see the Lufthansa site for more information.

Check-in services available for until (in min) prior departure check-in at Bag Drop-Off until (in min) Bag Drop-Off Location
Off-airport Services
Online Check-in
all customers 60 Start Online Check-in 40 Drop-off counter (SAS)
Mobile Check-in
all customers 60 mobile.flysas.com 40 Drop-off counter (SAS)
On-airport Services
Kiosk Check-in
all customers 40 40 Drop-off counter (SAS)

Re: REPORTING TIME AT OSLO AIRPORT

by PINKY54

Thanks you for the information.

Travel Tips for Oslo

The Oslo Pass

by tombantle

If you're trying to slam in as much as possible in a short time, the Oslo Pass is a bargain (at least for those not eligible for student or senior discounts). It allows free use of public transit including the T-Bane and the ferry to Bydoy and admission to virtually all museums. On a 24-hour version we visited the Resistance museum, the Norwegian folk museum, the Viking Ship Museum, the Frammuseet, the Kon Tiki museum, the Holmenkollen ski jump and museum and took two buses, two T-Bane rides and two ferries across the fjord.

For full information in English on what the Pass covers and current prices: http://www.visitoslo.com/en/the-oslo-pass.49104.en.html

For 2007 the adult Oslo Pass costs:
24-hour -- NK 210
48-hour -- NK 300
72-hour -- NK 390.

OSLOPASS

by Maria_75

If you plan on visiting some of the attractions and taking public transportation, you should consider buying the Oslo-pass. You might save a good deal of money on that.

It gives you free entrance to all museums and attractions, free rides on all the public transportations and free parking on all parkingplaces (except the private ones).

You also get discounts on sightseeing, carrental, Tusenfryd, restaurants, shops and much more.

Prices in NOK, adult:
24 hours - 195,-
48 hours - 285,-
72 hours - 375,-

Prices in NOK, children:
24 hours - 75,-
48 hours - 95,-
72 hours - 125,-

You can also buy a familypass, valied for 2 adults and 2 children for 24 hours, NOK 395,-

If you want to organise everything before you come, you can buy the cards online and get them mailed to your home.

For more information, check out:
Oslo Promotion

In summertime; to one of the...

by kskybak

In summertime; to one of the small lakes in the vast forest surrounding Oslo for a picnic with Norwegian food (marinated fish and cured meat). In wintertime; By horse and sledge to one of the restaurants in the forest. What I miss the most..the incidental, informal chat withe just anyone at one of the bars on Karl Johan's street or Aker Brygge.

go to this park (Frogners) and...

by gema

go to this park (Frogners) and see AND feel this statue.

It´s made of some special stone and IN a special way that makes it soft like skin.

Someone told me that persons are asked once per year to wash the statue only for a meal and coffee.

And people like to do that, because it feels that goooood, like real.

Hilde's allergy and vegetarian guide

by Hildeal

Being in a foreign country with food allergy is a challenge.It may also be a probleme if you're a vegetarian/vegan. I'm allergic to dairy products So I have to think about where and what to eat at all times.

I wouldn't say Norway is the best country when it comes to allergy food. America and Sweden are better than us. But keep in mind that we are a small country

if you're allergic to milk the main word to look for is "Melk," unless the ingredient list is in English. In MC Donalds the ordinary hamburgers are without milk, the same for the pommes frites, but nok chicken mc nuggets. Just ask to see the allergy list.

On Mc Donalds you can also order an hamburger without gluten if you have coeliac disease
But it takes some more time and is a bit more expensive.

When you're in a big food store look for soy milk oat melk or rice milk c there instead of the small health shop stores. it's usually a lot more cheaper to buy special food in big food stores like Meny, Maxi, ultra and Ica

Some words to look for to avoid gluten is: hvete, rug, bygg, havre, spelt

The Bakery "godt brød" sell bread without gluten that tastes delicious. You'' also find glutenfree wheat pastry in the big grocery stores, usually frozen. ör you can invest in an bread baker machine

In most of the caffe places they have soy milk as an alternative to normal milk. But not at Peppes, dolly dimples and Egon.

Many restaurants , cafee's in Oslo are not that good at allergies and they don't know that butter usually contains milk. So to be on the safe side you should have an allergy card with you that explanes in English and/ or Norwegian what this allergy means. another option is to speak with the chef yourself.

Resturants in Oslo with dishes free from gluten. Only in Norwegian but Google translate is your friend, or ask me:)Yahoo

I'm still working on this page, fell free to contact me if you're going to Oslo and you need some allergy and/or vegan advice or if you have some ideas on what to write in this tip

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