Villa Frogner B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in and I did tell him the family connection so they were happy for us to have a look. The ceiling paintings were a real surprise, beautiful blue and white clouds in a very simple, plain building which dates to 1873 but the first church was 13th century and wooden – this one is stone and heritage-protected. Through Google I discovered the font is from 1815 so was definitely there when they were married. And the altar ...
... The whole lot was entombed in a clay mound which preserved the oak the boat was made from and many of the artifacts buried inside them.
The Vikings got as far as Newfoundland and the Black Sea in their extensive travels, so Chris Columbus really only re-discovered North America in 1492!
Then it was off to the Munch Museum via bus and tube train, where an exhibition of his work was contrasted with Van Gogh. Edward Munch ...
... colonized Polynesian islands. It sounds crazy, but apparently the whole world was following -- this is what kicked off the Tiki craze in the US.
He repeated another version of this experiment, leaving from Morocco and aiming for the West Indies.
... drink for Dylan. They were doing tattoos in the foyer for people who had entered a competition to win a tattoo...... Spent a bit of time on the Internet and looking for an inexpensive place for dinner and had a shower. Found a gluten free options page on the visit Oslo website and found out McDonald's and Burger King do gluten free buns. So dinner at Burger King it was. We both had the steak burger meal. Back from dinner at 9:30. Did some blogging and in bed ...
... took a little quiet time. Kids enjoyed the free wifi while adults enjoyed a 30 minute nap. Depending on who you asked, it either wasn't enough (Dave) or far too long (Anne). Either way, we were back out on the street by 6pm with plenty of daylight left to go! Weather reports were showing rain likely tomorrow (Thursday) so we elected to pull the self-guided Rick Steves walking tour forward while the sun was shining. It was a beautiful day to experience ...