Frogner House - Skovveien 8
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... and bronze sculptures of Norwegian native sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943). Most of Vigeland’s work in the park portrays the human form in typical behaviours and emotions. Some of them, I thought were a tad bizarre and not really *typical* in my eyes….but art is very subjective.
Some other stops during the day included City Hall – which is rather boring looking – just a ...
... places, Indian restaurants, not a lot of Chinese or Thai places so I guess we’re not in a ‘Chinatown’ area. Lots of bars with outdoor seating in the streets, some of which are just pedestrian access. There are two mosques within waving distance of our apartment, the minarets contrasting with church spires in the next street.
- There are quite a number of beggars in the streets, not aggressive, ...
... then) and caught the bus right outside the campsite for the half hour ride into Oslo city centre. The bus stops right outside the Town Hall - a monstrous brick edifice. Across the road is the Nobel Peace Centre. The Peace Prize ...
... one, I couldn't work out how to use the earplugs. They kept popping out so I just assumed that my ears weren't built for ear plugs. The next night Katherine told me I had to squash them in, but that didn't work either. To Katherines amusement, I told her that they still weren't working, and then I figured out I was squashing them the wrong way. Who knew you could even put ear plugs in wrong.
After about 2 hours sleep in total that night, we got up early and ...
... was museums….lots of museum…and somehow it wasn't overwhelming. Many of the museums are clustered in Bygdoy-a boat ride across from where we were staying. It is easy to walk and admire the small town feel as a good break from absorbing new information. We started at the Norwegian Folk Museum which has an outdoor "living" museum area dedicated to ...