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... The next day I took a ferry out to Bygd°y island to visit the 4 museums: Viking ship, Kon-Tiki, Fram, and the Holocaust museum. Obviously the Viking museum attracted me. Each museum was unique and actually interesting to walk through with an audio guide. I am so old...using audio guides for fun...By the time I was done with all the museums it was almost sunset so I walked over to the Opera House and watched the ...
... a photo of me, I just saw a flash and turned around and saw him looking in my direction then grab his bags and walk away, but we've all seen the movies where the robbers identify new travelers and send their photos for someone to intercept them along the line. Well that's what was running through my head now, but I still needed to figure out how to get money I thought it would be as simple as a line of ATMs upon exit of the terminal, and indeed it was, I had just walked right past ...
... blog, and to supplement the photos used by my mother in her great voyage guide. She has painstakingly researched more or less everything a tourist sees — and doesn't see — from the ship as it makes its 11-day round trip from Bergen to Kirkenes and back.
If you are unfamiliar with Hurtigruten, it is a fleet of 11 ships under Norwegian registry, calling on about 34 different ports on the way north, ...
... so busy that I didn't get a look in. And the fish and chips (small) was NOK95 (approx $19.50). It looked good though, but I had a left over piece of peppered smoked mackerel in the fridge at home!
Sunday was quite a dismal day and the very gray clouds over the neighbouring forest had fun emitting continuous grumbles of thunder for most of the day. So for about an hour I sat in the shade downstairs and read a ...
... and brown cheese. All the while, we were reminiscing about gorilla trekking, flapping dishes at the overland camp and insane malarone-induced dreams.
I don't know if it was the fact that we spent the day with such lovely people, or that Oslo is just so new and robust, (or a combination of both) but it was very much a highlight of our time in Norway. The city feels alive and fresh and innovative, and the many people who have told us that Oslo is the least ...
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