Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen
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Today we did "Norway in a Nutshell" with Charlotte, her siblings, and her father. This was a fantastic way to see some important places and nature in Norway when your time is limited. It is a popular self guided tour (ours was Svein led and he's a great tour guide!) that involved 3 trains, a bus ride, and a boat cruise down the Naeroyfjord and …
... here. Back to the university where we see some amazing wildlife photography. Marius joins us for lunch. More moose. Our lectures continue into the early evening. It's our last night, we're all tired but torn between whiskey by the fire and the option of going beaver watching. Can't decide, maybe see how I feel after the lamb, horse and moose ...
... as it is to stay asleep in my Illegal sleeping place I should probably go and see Oslo. It's very nice but after a couple of hours it's oslo- tick. There's some snow on the ground but not so much and it's a nice sunny day. With this in mind I go inside to the Hard Rock Cafe to buy my glass and have a pint. 1 zillion pound, This has to be the most uneventful trip ever it's pretty much gone like this bus-hostel-bus-plane-bus-hostel-sleep-w ...
... for some of the paintings on display. The Scream needed no explanation; however, another painting looked like it had been made specifically for a sunscreen commercial. Luckily, Hannah didn't seem to mind my uncultured sense of humor when it came to the art.
Our next stop was to take a ferry to another part of the city where 3 of the museums we wanted to visit were located, but wouldn't you know it, the ferries had closed down for the season, ...
... absolute must do for me. The museum, as the name suggests, is completely dedicated to his works. Some if it is quite dark and scary. However much if his work is very light and airy. Sunny landscapes and gardens. They let people take photos of just about everything except "The scream" which of course was the one thing I really wanted a photo of. I think he may have been a bit bipolar. The museum also had exhibits from the natural history museum. Munch lived ...