Gardermoen Airport Hotel
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... 70+ in Rome forever) was so beautiful. We finally made it to the museum and walked through this very neat display about German occupation in Norway during World War II. After we saw everything there was to see in this museum we made the walk to the Munch Museum. Edvard Munch was an artist (mostly pre-WWII) who focused a lot on life and death and fertility. He explored the topics through animals, nature, and people. His art was largely inspired by the death of his mother ...
... with plastic blocks. After farewelling Bente & Gyuszi, our great hosts, we caught the train to Stockholm on Friday. We had a good trip with wifi on the train so I was computered out by the time we got there (4.5 hours). In Stockholm we tried our first airbnb with a lovely lady called Astrid. It is supposed to be just accommodation (I think) but she had a meal of salmon, potatoes and salad ready for us when we arrived. . The days were even longer there. It was ...
... now. I've had porridge for tea because I'm a pro at this travelling shizzle and made it all up in ziplock bags before I came (with sultanas and brown sugar and milk powder because that's how I roll) so FREE DINNER. Also at some point I would like to not be dragging 2kg of porridge around with me. And FREE BREAKFAST BUFFET! I'm going to eat so much I might die. Even if it is salty fish and fish eggs and pickled fish and unusually sweet cheese. Tomorrow: To ...
... and really made the show. Not sure if we would have enjoyed it as much without him. We called it a night fairly early. I was really tired – not sure why, but I was asleep way before Karl. We had another pretty active tour scheduled for our next port, so it was probably good that I went to sleep a little early. The only problem is that the sun comes up at about 4:30 AM and I wake up almost every day when it does!
Tomorrow: Copenhagen, Venice of the ...
... pictures everywhere in the museum except in the Munch room, so no pictures of “the Scream.”
From the National Gallery we walked along Karl Johans Gate, an area with parks, shops, and street musicians (including an accordion), to the Akershus Fortress. This is an active military base with centuries of history as a fortress for Oslo. Lots of cobblestone streets and a steep incline to get to the main part of the complex. There are ...