Den Bla Dor (The Blue Door)
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... by the end of the day – particularly on travel days. So, we walked around the City center and down to the harbor near the most solid, sober, and oppressive looking City Hall we have seen. Of course, the normal European propensity of filling public places with statues is evident here as well. Overall, the City is very clean and tidy, there is a good amount of regular life going on with construction, renovation, activities, and people everywhere.
... hotel because we saw good reviews from tripadviser. I think if it's for just one person, this could be a nice choice. We then decided to find out if there're bigger rooms. The front desk told us the only bigger rooms were junior suites which were about $100 more than ours. We took a look at the junior suites - they were significantly bigger, with a separate living room. We decided to splurge and changed to the junior suite, which was just next to our original room, #712.
... family headed back for their home in Arjang, Sweden. Later that night we went to a pub crawl and met a bunch of travelers. It was fun hearing all the unique stories from so many different people, from such different backgrounds. The funniest thing is that no one could tell that Carina and I were sisters... that was the first time thing, since people usually say we look like twins!
I miss my Swedish family already!
... of Oslo, we walked to the fortress. This was built on a rock promontory and gave good views over the city. The streets were all cobbled, which made it difficult to walk. I soldiered on just thinking about the beer I was going to have at the end of the day.
So that's it for the day. Missed out on some museums, but saw some beautiful things today. Have to be up at 7am tomorrow to trundle our suitcases through the streets to the main railway station.
... on him. About this time Ruth acknowledged we did not have time (or inclination) to visit two more museums on the Peninsula. Instead we caught a #30 bus to the Holocaust Centre arriving only 30 minutes to closing. So we raced through half the exhibits listening to their talks in English on the headphones. At least we didn’t spend time reading the descriptions as they were all in Norwegian. All other places we have visited have ...