Clarion Hotel Oslo Airport
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... first evening. Despite being Dutch, Floris knows everything there is to know about the local wildlife. We see black throated divers, dippers, black woodpecker, goldeneye ducks, red squirrel and a number of wild moose. We also come across a moose that's stuck in the fence. Floris asks the local landowner if he has a gun. There are no ...
It's stupid o'clock. I'm in oslo. I have visited a fair few major cities so I was quite prepared to be slightly intimidated only to find myself back in a nicer version of Swansea, much nicer, this meant that finding the hostel wasn't a problem.the problem was that I couldn't check on until 3pm and it was only 7am. I was very very tired. The nice man at reception let me stay and I hid in a corner. Not nice man woke me up 3 hrs later "you can't sleep there" um I just did. ...
... but to no avail. In our defense, we weren't the only ones. There were a couple other groups of tourists waiting outside, thinking they would get in as well.
We decided to head to the National Gallery next, having verified it was open of course. We did stop for coffee along the way, a necessary evil after two nights of not enough sleep. We didn't rush through the museum, but we made it through in pretty good time. We even stopped to make ...
... 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 ...
... the flies in resin that I once saw in Guggenheim where here as well. The artwork is a black piece with thousands of fly glued to the canvas with resin. The other part of the museum is more of an installation with very nice, funny things. In the permanent collection they had a lot of works of Damien Hirst amongst which some cows sawn in the middle and both parts exposed so you can walk in-between. I really don't understand that type of art, but ...