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... My hostel is a very very nice one in comparison to the one I was at in Hamburg! I took a short break and then went off for the opera in perfect timing for a stunning sunset. I was freezing my fingers and nose off but still I walked along the whole coast up to some old buildings and finally the town hall. The boats there were so cute and I finally found some restaurants and coffee shops. I took a hot chocolate break at the espresso house ...
... there’s no room in the house for actual mugs any more. Pete had a look around the area and then we got chatting to two Aussie travel agents, 60-ish, on a tour and checking out the HO-HO bus was in Oslo.
As it happened we didn’t go far, decided at the last minute to jump out at the History Museum and spent nearly two hours there very easily. It’s small, has a real mix of exhibits, much of the information was in ...
... accommodations. The good thing is that with the tickets the times and combinations are already organised so that you do not need to worry about it when you only have limited time. Otherwise, all the transport can be booked individually or you can also only book a train ticket for Scandinavia for about 200 Euro and use all trains but cruises, busses and ferries are not included.
And try the Brunost, the brown sweet cheese :)
Anyhow, back to our cheap Indian restaurant. It was quite good and very crowded as it has a few awards. It is probably the cheapest place to eat we have come across yet 2 entrees and 2 mains were 205 shekels which is about $35. Most mains seem to be about $30 each.
Back for a coffee, wash and iron (my ex-wife says she's on holidays too) then pack for tomorrows trip to Iceland.
... well spent at the Nobel Peace museum nd we had to drag John out of there to catch the ferry across to Bygdoy peninsula where the museums of shipping are. A lovely day on the harbour which is filled with boats of every possible description.Yachts, leisure boats, ferries, shipping boats and of course the obscenely enormous cruise ships....its great to look back into Oslo centre surrounded by green hills and see the odd mixture of old and new buildings. No 'Old Town' like other ...