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- Continental Breakfast
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... color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: arial, helvetica, clean, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 15px; -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.235294);">Oslo City Hall: This building was free to enter and contained some large murals portraying the city's history. Outside there were stone carvings of Norse mythology with English descriptions. Do you know what a Valkyrie's responsibility was? ...
... left the group at the top of the pedestrian mall and set out to discover more on our own. The city is surrounded by beautiful parkland and gardens, not the least being that surrounding the Royal Palace. Jan and I particularly enjoyed our visit to the Royal Palace. It is a very stately building when the King of Norway resides and can walk right around the palace and through the adjoining gardens. People were out in droves enjoying the warm day. It ...
We saw a lot of English or Scottish which we found strange but guessed it was just a tourist thing and didn't have much meaning into it.
Once we got to the park there were a lot of you buses and people.
The sculptures were good. Most of them around the theme of the joining of people to make one country. Really cool. Maggie kept thinking of Hannibal (TV Series) References, so the message wasn't ...
... is a route that goes over the mountains through the Jotunheimen national park. We had a first stop at the famous bessingen trail (one of the most beautiful in the world is says, but we didn't do it - have to leave something to come back) and then along the way a number of stops to view the mountains, the lakes, the rivers etc.
From rt 51 we went on along the biggest lake in Norway (Mjosa) endless woods with mainly pine ...
... was beautiful. There weren't too many insects either which was great. It was 5pm by the time we'd set up our tent and got everything we needed in the tent. Looking up at the sky, we saw some very dark clouds that could possibly have been heading our way and when I checked the weather app, it said rain was 90 percent likely in an hour. So we cooked an early dinner. Sverre with his packet carbonara pasta and me with my chicken two minute noodles. After dinner, the clouds still ...