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... as we strive towards spirituality, the divine and/or salvation. Visceral. There were also some huts left over with a big sign saying "Kongolandsbyen" which sounded familiar and also the whole thing felt a little bit ...racist? Which is exactly what it was. But in all the right ways. Basically Oslo had this "human zoo" exhibition for a few months in 1914, opened by the king and attended by over a million people. The "exhibits" were people from Senegal ...
... of the Nobel Peace Prize with the accompanying speech given by the laureate. 6. Peace Museum. This is just around the corner from City Hall. Above the entrance are the words "Broad Mindedness, Hope, Commitment." Upstairs are photos and brief excerpts from the ciitations of each winner, an electronic book about the life of Albert Nobel, and a small room dedicated to Liu Xiaboa, the Chinese dissident and 2011 Laureate who is still imprisoned in China. On ...
... day we went into the city center and aimlessly walked around. We stumbled onto a movie theater and thought we'd kill a couple of hours there, but decided Spiderman wasn't worth the $52 entry fee. Holy guacamole batman! And we thought Sweden was expensive... Our pass got us a discount on some reindeer patties that tasted a whole lot like cafeteria meatloaf (tragically we have yet to see moose on the menu again) and we finished out the night snapping pictures of some of the ...
... 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.
... city in that it is cosmopolitan and there is plenty to keep you busy (oh except Sunday which seems to be sleepy day). Its very clean as you'd expect from a Scandanavian city and it has a great public transport system which you can use for 80Kr a day (about £8).
It is dead easy to get around Oslo, everything is centered on the large pedestrian shopping area though the area just north of the bus station ...
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