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... our hotel and checked the flight status, our flight had left on time and arrived early. *******! And so to the opera. We didn't know what to expect, we didn't even know if we'd be able to see as we had limited visibility seats that were described as stools, all we knew was that it was nearly four and half hours long with intermissions and that we'd probably leave halfway through. We arrived, didn't feel too out of place among the opera toffs in our crumpled clothes, and made our ...
... with comments from others that had also visited the museum. Next we took the bus out to the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, which is an open-air museum with structures and indoor exhibits showing the evolution of culture in Norway over the years. The open-air museum included log houses from Østerdal, historical structures from Havin and Gransherad, all the way up to more modern day housing. While the structures were pretty impressive, I ...
... similarly was built in a contemporary 1950s socialist style building
There were also displays of gifts given to the city from overseas.
I'm glad it didn't close and I got to see something new I didn't see in 2003. The art continues on ...
... 8217;t find any so we had to go to Hungry Jacks (Burger King) for an ice cream so that we could get the code to use the loo.
We got on the bus again; our next stop was Vigelands Sculpture Park. Now I’m not too sure what to say here. The park is full of sculptures and naked in very weird positions. They say that the sculptures are open to interpretations. We aren’t too sure what to make of it. The fountain in the middle looked nice from ...
... the ages and the author whose house the building had been, and another temporary exhibition on the Norwegian trade links with Russia. Some of the comments had been translated - a Russian worker said that when a foreign ship arrives in Russia, people are keen to welcome them and find out about them, but when a Russian ship arrives in Norway the Norwegians keep their distance. The lady in the coffee shop said it was interesting because "we have ...