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Travel Blogs from Oslo
... chocolate and some salted licorice (kind of weird-tasting, but supposed to be soothing for the throat). We ate some chips while we strolled back toward the city center along the harbor. The weather was soooo nice! It was less than an hour until the all-aboard, so when we reached the city hall we turned back toward the ship. The captain had said the best sail-in on this cruise was Oslo (which meant that the sail-away would be the best too), so we decided ...
... with help) to buy a ticket on the train into town ($20) and walk from the main railway station to our hotel, which was just a couple of blocks away. Then ripped off all the excess clothes. Quite a strange hotel - has an automated check in with no reception - though a guy will pop up if you need help (which we did). Eventually made it up to the room and it is quite spacious compared to how we have been living the ...
A short post as it is 11.30 at night and we have just returned to Oslo after a big day travelling, with a 5am start tomorrow.
We captured the sun on the balcony of the hotel in Flåm, overlooking the fjord and the mountains, while catching up on emails and phoning the young people. We wandered around Flåm for the rest of the day until the mighty Flåm ...
... the ones out of the trash cans, but we picked up all that were on the ground. We told ourselves we were cleaning up the park rather than just searching for free money.
The sculpture park is called Vigeland park and I think the requirment for the sculptures is that they all have to be naked. Every sculpture was of a naked person in some dramatic pose. There was a bridge with naked people, a fountain with naked people, and a tower ...
... why the other statues aren't as famous, as some of them are just as weird. I saw a carving of a lady riding a bear backwards, some people getting eaten by a fish, and a big pile of babies. Also, in my opinion, they should have placed the statues making the Y with their hands, the M with their hands, the C and the A near each other instead of spreading them out.
After the park, we headed back to the hotel by tram/train. The train controllers came onto our train ...
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