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... to see some of the city along the way. Vigeland is a beautiful park with over 200 statues by a Norwegian artist from the 1940's. All of Vigeland's statues of people have Orc'ish proportions which is somewhat unsettling and kind of funny.
We spent the early evening walking around the pedestrian streets in the city center and settled for a Burger King meal at $18 each. Confirms what everyone has told us - Oslo is an expensive city to visit.
... houses you can go into and see how people lived. Not only did this museum have various types of houses (the wealthy vs the poor, farming vs urban) throughout history, they also had shops and even a Pakistani-Norwegian apartment from 1960s! I thought the variety was really neat! They also had extensive exhibits with clothes and furniture and artworks and other things! These were all broken down sensibly and spread out around the museum. The museum was more like ...
... the temperature had become children's play areas.
We walked up to the Royal Palace. Entry is not permitted. There are ceremonial guards at the entry and we viewed a drill demonstration of what is probably the Royal Guard.
Along the way we saw the Parliament Buildings and then headed down towards the water to enquire about the ferry to Bydgoy which is across fro the city centre. There are ...
Last day in beautiful Norway today,perfect as we have come to expect,4 hours up the Fjord to reach the city.
Docked in a lovely old part of the city, right by the fort and close to the Art Galleries and more...we had the prime spot today..Trees, and parks around,and even the old terminal building was pretty,and all well kept as is Norway..nothing that is not well maintained here..
Our goal this morning was to reach the Central Station early ,to ...
... to wait awhile for photos as there were so many tourists but it was well worth it. The cruise ships in the fjord looked tiny compared to their surroundings!
Some of the other excellent drives we did were Sognefjellsvegen and Filefjell. Both of them were absolutely breath-taking with the drives being high with snow covered mountains (which Bryce gladly took advantage of by stealing some snow for the ...