Saga Hotel Oslo
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... but the boys confirmed it. It was a very polite message inviting immigrants to leave voluntary. Apparently, there is a bit of a grudge, considering up until 5 or 6 decades ago, Norway was actually a fairly poor country. It wasn't until the discovery of oil that the country became rich (and apparently anti-immigration). I guess it's good we were only there visiting, although I have to say, I would love living in Norway for a time at some ...
... a lot of construction going on. We visited the opera house here where you can walk on the roof, a pretty cool design! Other than that, we didn't do much else other than dinner with Christel and Ray again. The following day we went to a nearby crafts village, bærums verk. Lots of small art and craft shops, including a glass making one where we watched someone make a wine glass. After here we went to Sandvika and visited the shopping centre where June ...
... the pictures will have to do. Absolutely a must-see when in Oslo.
Earlier in the day, we decided to reserve a spot on a Dinner Cruise in the Oslo Fjord. The 3-hour cruise was to feature a lengthy trip around waterside Oslo and a shrimp buffet meal. Oh, yeah, have I mentioned how totally literal the Scandinavians are? Well, when they say a shrimp buffet, that’s what you get. A buffet with shrimp – boiled/steamed, but unseasoned. For the ...
... the entire day, until after 8pm. The sky had become very dark, darker than 10pm last night, and thunders were heard. So no walk tonight. Hopefully there won't be rain, at least during the day, tomorrow.
Um, accidentally found out that the original room we were given, 713, was the smallest in the hotel. One of the hotel staff at dinner commented that that room was too small. Now I am wondering why they put the 2 of us in such a small room in the beginning.... I will ask to find ...