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... museums before stopping in at the Viking Museum and Vigeland in Oslo on our way back to Sarpsborg. We finally got back to Sarpsborg around 6pm and we met Chris and Cornelia before going to watch some local artists for Allsang på Grensen (including the Eurovision Song Contest winner for 2013 from Denmark) at the Halden Fort for A televised outside concert on the Fort grounds. After having a crash course in the Eurovision dance for 2013 and local Norwegian Music we then ...
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... to the supermarket.........bloody hell! Food is so expensive here! We saw some fresh tuna steaks that were $100/kg! Whilst salmon was a snip at only $35.... but fresh local strawberries were a bargain at about $20 / punnet..
... well, not that much anyway.........Ok, Ok......truth be known, I thought we were a gonner and I was packing it.... What a relief! So, hoping like hell that there were no more surprises we trickled along like Miss Daisy, and the only other issue was where some poor soul coming the other way thought it was prudent to reverse 10metres to let us past....and I had to agree..... Made it home with no further dramas, and set-up camp again at Hakkon's and we will see ...
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From Stockholm to Dublin
By Robert Reinpold
As the Norwegian winter draws to a
close, melting snow and chirping birds bring renewed enthusiasm to
the students of the American College of Norway. With the transition
into spring comes warm, sunny weather, longer days, and an