Den Bla Dor (The Blue Door)
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... Stilson had sent me an email with references to camera stores and the one that seemed most appealing was the Japan Photo Shop (see photo). When I entered the bus, the driver assured me we could get very close to the shop, just a couple of stops away. Actually, Oslo is a rather compact city, so it was not surprising that the camera shop was not far. It has a population of just under 500,000
We took my camera ...
... Palace. When the Norwegian parliament building was completed in 1866 at the junction of the two formerly separate streets, the two streets were joined and the whole length was named Karl Johans gate.
In its current route, it connects Oslo ...
... on the belt !
We go to the upper floor, and drop our luggage for the next flight to Longyearbyen. There will be a technical stop at Tromsų.
We finally find some place to get sandwiches, yoghurt and waffles :) The waitress even speaks a bit of French !
While we wait, O. makes some tests with our new GoPro camera.
We finally go to the gate and board the B737 heading to Longyearbyen via ...
... Oslo has been in existence for more than 1000 years but, with the exception of the Akershus Fortress, there are not a lot of old structures. This is due to a history of City-leveling fires and ongoing modernization. About 1.3 million people live in the metro area and the City shares the distinctions of being Europe’s fastest growing capital (immigration and birth rate) and the fourth highest cost of living in the world. Despite the cost of ...
... a) I had no desire to take it down, b) it's free here, and c) I quite like it. It's like if people were allowed to camp at the beach for free and then managed to not ruin it by being *****. There are Spanish migrant workers who sell leather bracelets in central Oslo during the day camping next to outdoorsy families with matching bumbags on their summer holidays. It's like all the happy bits of Isaiah without the inter-species group-hugging. I got woken up in the night by ...