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... some decisions, which is more power than the Queen of England I believe. The first night in Oslo we decided to go to the Magic Ice Bar in the City Centre. It was a bar that was made out of nothing but ice! The bar, cups, walls, sculptures, and chairs were all made out of solid ice! I have always wanted to go to a ice bar or ice hotel so this was really neat! The bar was filled with ice sculptures crafted by local artists! This was without a doubt the ...
... Sunday we drove around to Bygdoy island, the museum island of Oslo and visited the Kon-Tiki museum; the Fram museum and the Viking ship museum. I think I have now done my quota on all maritime related museums (having already visited HMS Belfast in London, the Shackleton exhibition in Dublin and TitanicBelfast). Seriously though, all 3 museums were fascinating. Kon-Tiki told the story of ...
... better. Plus, it didn’t cost an arm and a leg!
We pass the American Embassy between the restaurant and the hotel. We are thrilled to see that they have planted the rainbow colors on the protective posts guarding the property in honor of Gay Pride Month! Gay flags are everywhere in the city – even flying on the trolleys, and hanging over the entrance to the library. What a wonderful world we are living and traveling ...
... is closed for "confirmation" ceremonies, 1,200 people crowded into the main hall for a nondenominational rite of passage for the youth. The security said they had three ceremonies scheduled back to back, "Come back tomorrow." It was interesting to see women of all ages in traditional Nordic costumes, one young lady posed for Barb and explained that the different colors and patterns were indications of where the person came ...
... hostel, I wonder if they do money lending for credit cards at those ridiculous rates at this exchange, and then I remember I still have some USD in my wallet, and part of my secret stash is available without dismantling my backpack. Boom. The answer. At least I'll have some money while here. Hopefully enough to get me to my hostel, who I know will accept my working credit card. I had more money than I thought, exchanging 74 USD for 380 NOK (Later, when calculating this, I realized ...