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As we arrived over Germany there were many coastal wind farms.
The landscape became more familiar having visiting Germany and mainland Europe so ...
... 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 ...
Here are two pictures from Wikipedia:
The remaining pictures were all taken by Darlene inside the museum:
... Frogner Park, a main tourist attraction here. The long bridge over a scenic river had bronze statues of nude men, children and women in various numbers and poses, mostly in struggling positions? I don't know... There was one where a dude was kicking a baby!! Then it led up to a beautiful fountain and at to top it all, there was a tower made out of more nude statues stacked on top of one another! Every big city needs a phallic symbol, I guess! It reminded me of the artwork ...
... so I just picked an alternate route back to the city centre.
So I'm back in Oslo. We rolled in at 6:45 am and I sat around a bit in the train station, made breakfast in the park, and then checked in for tonight. Today I got to see the Viking Ship Museum and the Norwegian Folkemuseum. The exhibits there were really interesting, but I should have skipped the outdoor part as I'd seen it all before. One more day. I'm thinking Ibsen and Munch, but we'll see. It is, after all, my ...