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Today was the day i go to see the fjords i have heard lots of things about them but when i got there it was truly the most amazing experience of my life the fjords where so amazing they were the highlight of my trip they were so beautiful. i got a boat tour guide around them so i could learn more about them and ...
... districts, the cool cafe culture, and you pretty much have everything you'd need for a nice little holiday. It's a funny thing - during planning for this return trip to Scandinavia, I allotted two full days in Oslo (yesterday didn't count, with such a late arrival from the Fjord tour), basing that upon having had two full days here last time. However, after spending just a few hours getting re-acquainted with Oslo this morning, I quickly remembered what I felt ...
... was to the Tourist centre to pick up our Oslo passes which we immediately started to use at the Nobel Peace Centre. Here we learned about Alfred Nobel and could have read bios of most of the Nobel Peace prize winners – but didn't want to spend a few days at the Centre. Our next stop was to the tube station and a train to the Munch Museum. This museum is dedicated to the artist ...
... of the flying involved. Over Christmas, I flippantly asked a good friend if he wanted to join, expecting him to say no. Instead, we ended up de facto settling on Oslo, a capital city that not many people think of past the 2011 attack, and more optimistically, the Nobel peace prize. I bought my tickets for a few days ahead of his arrival so that I'd have time to do things that make me happy, and I was set. Except for one thing - I booked outbound on RyanAir, ...
... thing we saw this morning, in the park between Parliament and the National Theater, were small gardens filled with vegetables, nasturtiums, and a whole host of herbs. We could not imagine who benefited from the crop? We headed back to the hotel for some breakfast and a short break before we headed out for our final day of biking Oslo. We took in the Botanical ...