Villa Frogner B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This was my second time in Oslo. I first came in 2003 when I fell in love with Scandinavia and wanted to stay, even considering missing my flight home.
Since then there have been some changes in Oslo. A new opera house has been built with creative ...
... in used ships and included other used gear.
Jumping on the bus, we then went to the Vigeland Sculpture Park, one of Oslo’s top attractions. The sculptor, Gustav Vigeland prepared dozens of stone carved, bronze cast, and forged iron sculptures to decorate the park. His subject is men, women, and children engaged in somewhat odd, but very human activities representing the whole of the human condition. I could write about this place a great ...
THE SCREAM by Edvard Munch (he did many versions of the Scream)
The Scream has been the target of several high-profile art thefts. In 1994, the version in the National Gallery was stolen. It was recovered several months later. In 2004, both The Scream and Madonna were stolen from the Munch Museum, and were both ...
... that was going to have to do. I got back to the hostel, microwaved for 7 minutes as recommended, and gave it a go. For a frozen meal, it actually wasn't half bad, but I think I mostly enjoyed it because I was so pleased with myself for finding dinner for under $4AUD in Stockholm. I went to bed, and it turned out that all the other people in my room had checked out, so I had the room to myself. As a result I had an excellent night sleep, so I woke up ...
... start and end. The walk in itself is very nice, passing through the forest before climbing above the tree line into an area with traditional Norwegian holiday cottages. Further on it’s up into alpine areas with the odd bit of snow. Most of the time is spent looking down on the incredible views of the Ringedal lake. That’s not all though, the purpose of the track is to reach Trolltunga, a gigantic slab of rock ...