Rica City Hotel Fredrikstad
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... it's purpose was to provide another shopping option for the Norwegians, who have one of the highest living costs in the world! The Norwegians come across to Sweden & buy up in bulk!! We spent a few hours there, mainly hanging out in Subway, preparing the last of our paperwork for our tax refund.
Believing we'd done as much as we could, we headed to the border which is basically in the middle of a huge fiord, crossed by 2 huge bridges. With some difficulty ...
Yes, some beautifully restored apothecaries, in one of which a young man demonstrated the lost art of pill rolling – using marzipan and, as he scraped the sticky goo off his fingers imparted the (unverified) gem that one of the earliest strikes in Norway was when employees who worked with sulphur demanded the right to be able to wash their hands and not have to ...
... looking at the ratio of coastline to land area, there is no competition. Norway has about 82 meters of coastline per square Km of land, the US has just over 2.
For next time -
1) What city is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso?
2) How much does a haircut cost in Moss, Norway? (On average. Answers in dollars and kroner will be accepted)
Hope everybody has a peachy weekend!
... cold and ice. That just doesn't sound appealing at all.
- Norwegians are nice, but... not as nice as Americans. For example, when passing somebody random on the street, they will not make eye contact, much less say hello. Of course you get the rare exception, but for the most part, American just seem more friendly toward strangers.
- Sweden and Norway are pretty much the same! Naturally, if you're a citizen of either ...
... here. I think that it's maybe my favorite part of Moss now. It so nice and peaceful; I'm going to make an effort to get there more often. It's a pretty well wooded area that borders a nearby lake. It's really beautiful with everything covered in a soft blanket snow, but I imagine it will only get better as ...