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... beautiful old buildings so we wanted to explore them. We followed a girl inside because she had a key. We ended up in an old building that had University professors' offices and auditoriums. It was great just sneaky around the place pretending that we lived there, thats how you really explore the city.
The sun set at 3pm and we were absolutely freezing from walking around in the -1 degree weather all day. We found a cute little coffee shop to get warm, and we met ...
... and perhaps even raiding parties. The Tune ship was a smaller vessel but also capable of long distances and they thought perhaps used for trading or cargo. The main attractions at the Viking Ship Museum are the Oseberg ship, Gokstad ship and Tune ship. Additionally, the Viking Age display includes sledges, beds, a horse cart, wood carving, tent components, buckets and other grave goods. Two fully and one partially intact Viking ships are on display. The museum is ...
... scenery is unforgettable and its a great way to see the beauty of Norway in the comfort of a train. We arrived in Oslo around 2:30pm and immediately found the hotel which is located right next to the station. A quick check in, drop off the bags and out to check out the surrounding area. Being Saturday the streets were abuzz, with many of the pedestrian areas difficult to pass with the crowd. Not certain if this is the normal for a Saturday or if it's due to ...
We were a bit groggy in the morning, but still managed to leave the apartment at a decent time. We had been warned that many museums were closed on Mondays, however, being Tuesday, we didn't think to check the schedule for the museums. We spent around a half hour wandering around a bit confused in the cold while trying to find the Munch museum, only to arrive and find it closed. We even stood around for a few minutes thinking it would open and we were ...
After almost 2 weeks in Norway, we have arrived in Sweden, where we'll spend this next week. We stopped overnight in Tocksfors on our way to Stockholm. We awoke this morning to 6 degrees and the forecast for Stockholm is also 6 deg with a max of 16....the seasons up north here, are a changing. Let's hope it will be a little warmer in Germany and Italy, where we'll spend October and November before the big chill of Russia in December.