Quality Hotel Mastemyr
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... beautiful old buildings so we wanted to explore them. We followed a girl inside because she had a key. We ended up in an old building that had University professors' offices and auditoriums. It was great just sneaky around the place pretending that we lived there, thats how you really explore the city.
The sun set at 3pm and we were absolutely freezing from walking around in the -1 degree weather all day. We found a cute little coffee shop to get warm, and we met ...
... and fountains. Frogner Park is the largest park in the city and covers 45 hectares; the sculpture installation is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist. Most of the statues depict people engaging in various typically human pursuits, such as running, wrestling, dancing, hugging, holding hands and so on. However, Vigeland occasionally included some statues that are more abstract, including one statue, which shows an adult male, fighting off a horde of ...
... all over the place built in the old styles. Each area represented an area of Norway. Lots of them had grass on the roof. I'm not sure if thats an insulation thing or not. There was a little stave church. I had to be careful going inside as the doors had a huge ridge all around them, kind of like the doors on a submarine. And knowing what a clutz I am, that is the kind of thing I would trip over or bang my knee on. But I managed it without a scratch, yay me! My last call for ...
... in every way and that we were not paying the 600 kroner. I stressed about it all the way to the guy's place which was a 40 minute ride away, after filling the bike with oil. He didn't seem to be home so we quickly put the bag and mat in a garbage bag in the place he had given in the instructions and left before any one of his guests could come outside to see us.
... by Michel Ajvas - it's about a kind of alternative reality that lives within all the dark spaces in Prague. In the chapter I've just finished some people from the other city just had a festival where they smashed some crystal statues full of glow in the dark fish (like sharks and rays and things) then harpooned the fish and took them on an invisible ski lift through people's bedrooms. It's good, if you like that kind of thing. DEEP though. There is lots ...