Quality Hotel 33
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... with some of the locals of Oslo. They were very nice, and their English, like all Norwegians, was flawless. We were able to ask some cultural questions. The most surprising part to the journey, however, were the posters we noticed on the metro. The posters were advertising an agency dedicated to helping emigrants immigrate back to their own country with a better future (or so they claimed). I wasn't quite sure if I understood the ...
... were very welcoming of me and can both speak English which is helpful! Christel is a great cook and made us an amazing dinner and chocolate cake also as June told her I love chocolate! Much better food than what I have been having recently! We didn't do much in the evening other than eat and chat which was nice to get to know them a bit. On the Tuesday myself and June went to Oslo for a walk around the city and waterfront areas. It seems a nice city ...
... shower and then went out and had a late lunch (around 3pm local time) in a seafood lunch restaurant right next to the hotel. It was actually a fish market, with an attached eating area, including tables outside. We had the best fish and chips! After lunch, we walked to Karl Johans Gate which was the main drag that led towards the Royal Palace. There were quite a lot of people. The rain had stopped and the sun was out, quite warm especially under the sun. I stepped into a few stores ...
We flew to Oslo on Sunday morning, a short hop of slightly more than an hour. It is a smaller city than Copenhagen and has a more diverse population which probably means that historically, its immigration policy has been more liberal. Today, we went to a small peninsula in the harbor where there are numerous museums. The Kon-Tiki Museum was particularly interesting with full scale replicas of both the Kon-Tiki and the Ra as well as accounts of the journeys ...