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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the ship and it kept us intrigued for a few hours. Yesterday for our last day we caught the tram up to Djurgarden, an island with nice walks and other touristy things including the Abba Museum just on the edge of the city. We walked back to the city then headed back to Astrid's before our 72 hour transport pass ran out at 3pm. After a cool drink and a bit of packing we walked with Astrid to the local lake where a lot of people were swimming and picnicking ...
... of life. Anyway, after expanding my knowledge of global politics I got on another ferry over to Bygdøy. Next stop: The Fram. I was pretty excited about the Fram because it's a pretty exciting ship. It was the strongest ship of it's time, being the first to withstand being frozen in polar ice (because it's short, rounded and they did something fancy with the wood). Also it's been the farthest north and south for a wooden ship, and was used by Amundsen on ...
... arrive underneath terminal building, escalator up to ticketing, couldn't be easier, book in and enjoy? The long wait for our SAS departure, count up our Norwegian Kroner and discover I have enough for an overpriced beer. All good! A couple of hours to Paris and not having to wait for luggage is great, (In hindsight maybe not) Trying to book through on Etihad becomes a drama! Where are your luggage tickets? Don't know! You can't get on without them! Ok searching searching! ...
... his most well known work is 'The Scream' which both Tom and I had studied as part of our twentieth century music course at university. It was exciting to see the real thing.
Monday was very wet and soggy with some of the most torrential downpours that we have ever seen! We caught the ferry across the harbour to visit the Fram museum. At this museum you can see (and walk around inside!) two of the ships that we used to ...
... The road climbed higher and higher until we were overlooking the city and the harbor. The first stop was the ski jump. Considered to be the cradle of ski jumping in Norway, it was the site of the 1952 Olympic competition. It was a very impressive – very high and is only used by true experts. Like many other places we have visited, they had a zip-line from the top (no, we didn’t do it) and a simulator. There was time for a brief ...