BEST WESTERN Fagerborg Hotel A/S
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... every single house we saw was very imposing, two-storey with black-tiled roofs, lovely gardens. We could have lived there very happily.
The Museum was built specially to house three Viking ships that had been found in burial mounds in Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune, as well as grave goods. They were beautifully displayed in a cross form, four 'rooms' with the most complete ship (from Oseberg) in the first part. It was discovered in 1903 by a farmer and in ...
... to have to do some research on this once I get back to free internet. :))
We were all very hungry once back on our ship since it was almost 3:00 and we hadn't eaten since breakfast. A visit to the International Cafe took care of that. We were going to go to the buffet but we all agreed we would eat too much and didn't want to spoil our dinner since we have reservations for the Crown Grill tonight...melt in your mouth steak, YUM!!
Today Karen and Mary woke up earlier then Jeff and Benjamin to go shopping on Karl Johann Gate. We bought Norwegian books and music for Benjamin. In the afternoon everyone (Karen, Jeff, Mary, Benjamin, Jane, Rich, Robert, Grace, Mike, Debbie, and John) took the train to Lillestrøm for a family reunion at Jens and Irene Fredingby's ...
... at that quaint old boat made of wood, we went in. It was okay but I think we'd been spoiled by the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, the ships were older here - some didn't even reach double digits in century terms but, naaah, it wasn't a patch. It was still interesting though, the main ship was a burial ship, the idea being that they buried the whole ship with some important corpse in it and supplies in case the corpse wanted a snack to keep it going on its journey over to the next ...
... from pulling all of my travel information together and went down to a bonfire some people had started. It was nice to go back to the old way we always hung out in Texas, sitting around a bonfire singing wagon wheel and sharing stories. Eventually I had to shower and finish some things before bed. The next morning I was up for breakfast and finished packing before hanging out with the few remaining stragglers on campus. We would be officially kicked off campus at noon, but ...