Villa Frogner B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we got back on the the metro and took it all the way to the end of the line. We had a breathtaking view of the city at sunset as the metro climbed and we were just in time to take some photos of the sunset when we got to the top. Unfortunately, just next to the train station there were a lot of trees blocking our view. In an attempt to get some good photos, Hannah climbed up on to my shoulders to look out over the trees, but it didn't work out too ...
... June drove me to the airport and we said goodbye, just for a week this time though! Norway has been lovely, I can tell it's a beautiful country and hopefully I'll come back! The weather wasn't too kind to us but still it has stunning scenery, in ways quite similar to New Zealand. So that was it, I boarded the plane and my travelling adventure has come to an end. An incredible experience, ...
... Norway in particular, are pretty tidy places. Not only is there a lack of litter volume (not absent, but much less than expected in big cities), but people obviously put their stuff away and keep their surroundings neat and orderly. I guess it's that Lutheran culture again – in any event, we’re very impressed with the way these folks conduct themselves and manage their crowded living areas.
We had another great hotel breakfast buffet (this ...
... and avenues surrounded by maple trees. Construction of the park took many years.
The highlight of Vigeland Park is the 46 foot high granite ”Monolith,” which crowns the park’s highest hill. This incredible production required three stone carvers working daily from 1929 to 1943 and was carved from a single stone pillar quarried from Iddefjorden in southeastern Norway.
It depicts ...
... the 3 museums there on Monday. So we bought the 24 hour pass for tomorrow. Today we would walk around Oslo. It was cloudy today, but no rain. The sun was behind clouds making it more pleasant for our walk.
We walked again along Karl Johans Gate towards the Palace, then around the Palace to the back of it. The area in the back of the palace was a park, with ponds, water fountains, ducks, trees, and nice lawns. From there, we walked through residential streets towards the ...