Thon Hotel Oslo Airport
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... ATM. We walked another 10 minutes to her place, which is lovely, but sad to say, up three flights of stairs. By the time I got there I was dripping with rain on the outside and sweat on the inside. After I had settled in at Lines, checked Facebook, changed my socks got my Oslo pass and toddled off to the Munch museum. For the people who have not been to my place, I have a print of Edvard Munch's "The Scream" on my wall. So obviously going to see the original ...
Today started off cold and drizzly. Some people were complaining and saying that they weren't getting off the ship. We put on thermals and a coat and off we went. We are in a new country and we want to explore the city. We chose to use the hop on hop off bus. Our first impression of Oslo was a poor Denmark cousin. It was a relative clean city with a mixture of old and new. Now we have a confession to make…. Geoff badly needed the loo and of course we ...
... everywhere. The scenery was awesome, but is was bloody freezing. Sverre said it was 13 degrees but it felt sub zero. I was regretting only wearing a singlet top under my hoody and motorcycle jacket and no thermals. We were both shivering. We soon came to some type of road works where we had to stop and wait for a bit. We were told it would be at least 20 minutes before we could get going again so Sverre switched the bike off and I unpacked my backpack ...
... the Nobel Peace Centre, which was free with the Oslo Pass special ticket that I'd bought, and I'm pretty into peace so I went to have a look. It was pretty good actually, and I get totes emosh about that kind of thing. There's an exhibition up at the moment about chemical weapons which did a pretty good job of showing how important, but also complicated, the whole issue is. If chemical weapons are still being dealt with in Belgium (left over from WWI) then it's going to be ...
... buildings from different eras, creating a replica of village scenes throughout the ages. Even the guides are dressed in traditional costumes. The centrepiece Cathy remembers from her visit here in the '80s being the magnificent Gol Stave church from 1200's All timber and beautifully carved woodwork it is truly a masterpiece, carefully relocated from the mountain village of Gol by King Oscar in 1880 to the museum. 155 other buildings plus displays make up the majority of the ...