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... t have the discipline necessary to lay off of the snooze button. Finally, awake and temporally refreshed, we decided heading to the tourism office would be our best course of action. I had written down the address before leaving and so all we had to do was plug it in to the GPS. It was about a 30 minute walk from the apartment, but the weather was so much nicer in Oslo, still cold, but a lot less rain and wind. We finally arrived only to find ...
... your drinks.
Then it was a venture back farther into time…..Vikings! and female vikings at that! The viking ship museum displays 3 unearthed burial ships from the Viking era. The main display was a ship that had buried 2 honored female heads along with a multitude of gifts and tokens for the afterlife-carts, coins, artwork, etc. The main ship ...
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 ...
... collection. 30 minutes later we found the Starbucks in the main train station.
For dinner tonight we ate at Candles, Wind Surf’s outdoor dining venue located around the pool on the aft deck. It had to be one of the most spectacular dining experiences we have had on the Wind Surf since we were cruising out of the fjord as we left Oslo. The temperature was in the 70s and David & Dawn from South Africa joined us.
... trees and pretty flowers. We stayed on the bus till we got to the Kontiki and Viking ship museums.
First of all we explored the Kontiki with it’s models of both Kontiki and Ra rafts which Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific in. Fascinating stuff and he was an amazing pioneer with obviously a real quest for knowledge. Next stop was the Viking ship museum but a coffee first on the way in. Another fascinating place with models of Viking ships ...