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After a long journey home changing flights in Doha, Qatar, Kjersti and I arrived in Oslo again on early Sunday afternoon. I was completely exhausted and jet lagged. And full of new and wonderful memories! China was amazing! And Zijing had been a great tourguide and ...
... one after the other. Then we walked back through town just a few blocks to the National Art Gallery.
The main claim to fame here is Edward Munch’s famous painting ‘The Scream’, and goodness knows how it could have been stolen a few years ago. Also, it’s pretty weird looking, not terribly appealing…….but that’s my opinion. There were several paintings by Munch on display, some very gloomy and wishy-washy, but ...
With its 640,000 people and brilliant surroundings, Oslo is a fabulous capital for Norway. We began our day with Viking ships from more than 1100 years ago and ended with the brand new - and stunning - opera house in Oslo. We were in port today from 8 am to 11 pm and Owen and I made the most of our time, right from one second after 8 when we were the first two passengers off the ship this morning. We immediately bought our Oslo Pass ...
The park was busy with lots of school groups - it is almost the end of the school year. Also many groups of the under-5s out in the sun. Watching them I was again surprised at how agile some of the tiny ones are. They were climbing over the sculptures and seemed to have ...
... the Royal Palace. Our coffee was excellent, so I wasn't too disappointed, and I still might have the chance to get one during my layover in Paris. But of course I didn't see it until the last day when we had already stopped for coffee!!! As we had a lot of things on our list, we only stopped outside the Royal Palace to take some pictures. I'm pretty sure the changing of the guards doesn't change too much from palace to palace, so we opted for some of the ...