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As we headed west toward Oslo, the terrain became rocky foothills with hundreds of picturesque glacial lakes. Clouds would quickly come in, it would rain hard and then just as quickly clear up. The clouds are low to the ground and piled high against a bright blue sky. We passed small sea inlets with colorful villages stacked up on the hills over the marinas. We'll see much larger fjords when we get to the west side in a month!
We ended up ...
... camps and extermination in Germany and Poland.
Close to the ferry in Bogdoy was the Maritime museum which traces the maritime tradition of the Norwegians from the time of the Vikings through to present day. Much of the museum consisted of a display of models of ships over time.
Our final museum had displays of the two ships used in expeditions to the north and south. Poles. Pictures an ...
... a thing here. I would have had a cuppa soup but in my heat induced misery I forgot to buy gas. First mistake! But at least it wasn't fatal, like accidentally treading on a bear or something. The housemate (who is Finnish) says there are bears, and also wolves, lynx and wolverines. These sounded bad to me, but she said the real problem is moose, which are apparently fearless and kill for fun. None here though, just some bees. BTW I'm reading "The ...
... s son, Olav Kyrre, established a bishopric and built a cathedral here, though the kings of Norway continued to live in Bergen – an oddly inefficient division of church and state, considering the difficulty of communications between the two settlements. At the start of the fourteenth century, Håkon V rectified matters by moving to Oslo, where he built himself the Akershus fortress. The town boomed until 1349 when the ...
Norway is by far one of the most beautiful places I have ever been! It is breathtaking. Bergan was our first port and we got in a day early. It was still a class day and I had a Geography midterm in the morning, which I think I did pretty well on. We were cleared to get off the ship at 6 pm so we had dinner and then left at 7 pm. I had plans to explore with Lauren, and then Madeline and Nathaniel and Chloe and Thomas and then it just kept growing into a huge group of people. I don't ...