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Norway .... hooray. Third day of the tour (yay), third country (yay), third currency to have (dagnabbit another fricken Krone). Arriving pretty early in the day we went to Norway's most reputed park Frogner Park. Within Frogner they have Vigeland Sculpture Park which has over 200 sculptures made of granite and bronzes. The artworks are by Gustav …
This morning we got to Oslo, Norway and have had a busy day! Last night we took an overnight ferry from Copenhagen, Denmark, through the Oslo Fjord into Norway. It was very cool!! It made me a little sea sick, but nothing that wasn't managable. And as soon as we got on land we were off to the musuem of Viking ships - awesome! Then bus tour through …
... naked people. It was pretty interesting and also had a lot of tourists. There was a sculpture that showed the time and date with the position of the sun. We must be pretty far north, because at noon our shadows were 20 feet long. While we were leaving, we noticed that a large cloud was coming our way and it looked like more rain.
We had read about a free magic show at 2:00 in the Oslo Museum of Magic. This sounded neat, and it was ...
... pass on this museum because the Vikings loom large in Norway's history. We finished our day of sightseeing at The Nobel Peace Museum. Enjoyable but very different from the Nobel Museum in Stockholm. We did learn about some great figures in history who really made difficult choices to rise up against repressive regimes, move freedom forward, or simply make a stand against war. Pasqual Vin Bar and Restaurant for ...
... a cunning but unsatisfactory mechanical foot pedal, which aimed to get bike riders up a steepish hill...great fun to watch everyone come unstuck!
We saw the fort on top of the hill, the most moving part the corner where the Germans shot resistance fighters in WW 2. Then off to Nidaros Domkirkes (Cathedral), Trondheim's magnificent Cathedral traditionally used for Royal Coronations, which was begun in 1070 , and is still being restored after falling into ...
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