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Travel Blogs from Gardermoen
... for breakfast. I found a huge bag of cornflakes for $1 which I am pretty excited about. You gotta enjoy the little things. I'm getting some studying in right now and plan on hanging out all day again. Yesterday was a great day in the sports world in the US! I am happy I can still keep up with it a little. Aledo Softball won state, Spurs won, and Tech baseball won. Being able to watch sportscenter online is good for me. ...
... work. I had no trouble connecting to the wifi, and maps found me quick enough, but for some reason it would not load the location of the hostel. I didn't even need exact, I just wanted an idea of how far I was going to be walking, maybe which side of the road it was going to be on? Also, what was strange about the roads in this area, was that they were covered in tram lines and there seemed to be no markings for cars. Which I thought funny to have a section of the city with perfectly ...
... and walked back to the security check point to ask what the hell was going on. I found a woman, introduced myself, and told her someone called me. She disappeared for a few minutes, but came back and told me to come with her. Another security, this time a man, grabbed something from his front pocket.
"I believe you need this?"
I could only muster a quick "yes" and took my passport.
... to find or do on my own, like find urban art or explore an abandoned theme park--but the actual tour part is not my favorite. I ended the day relaxing and walking around in Grunnerlokka, the 'hip' neighborhood in Oslo.
I started Saturday bright and early, and it was actually bright when I headed out! One of the defining characteristics of Oslo up until that point was how rainy it was, but when the sun showed itself on Saturday, the whole city came alive. I like Oslo in the rain, ...
... houses a myriad of other artefacts found within the burial mounds such as sledges, wagons, kitchen utensils and even the skeletons of their horses buried in full regalia.
We ate lunch at the Museum, Trevor finally convinced me to try a Hot Dog – and yes from someone who doesn't like Hot Dogs it was delicious! Following lunch we made the long – fortunately downhill walk back to the wharf just in time to catch the ferry ...
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