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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was a bit like Hawkes Bay/Manawatu with the rolling hills, no paddocks with animals of course, but a similar feel to that part of New Zealand.
Lars took us around the lake’s edge just to see the scenery which was very pretty as you can see in the photos. There’s a track through the trees on the lake edge which leads to a couple of old ‘Husmannplace’ examples of accommodation (husmann = farm worker), ...
... Green. Then it was out to the airport for the mid-afternoon flight to Oslo. No hitches and smooth flying. At the other end, I suppressed a little happy dance when they stamped my passport. It happens so much less these days. Bags arrived ok, Norwegian kroners obtained and tickets for Flytoget train to town obtained from machine. Minor hiccup at the town end. Seems there are two train stations and we got off at ...
Heute ist das siebzehnte Mai! Es ist Norwegen Unabhängigkeit Tag. An den Tag jeder trägt Kleider und Anzüge! Die kinder Parade war sehr spaß! Mein klein Bruder gewunken die Fahne alle Tag! An Abendessen Mary und Benjamin gespielt mit Kleinkind Pual. Paul ist sehr nett!
... Christmas decorations everywhere we have been have been spectacular and it seems everyone here really gets into the spirit of Christmas. The centre of Oslo had a large market set up and there were crowds of people in all the surrounding streets. The lake in the centre of the park is now frozen and when we were there the ice groomer was preparing it for skating. Tomorrow we plan to check out the Viking museum and the Fram museum. We'll see what the rest of the day ...
Today I started off walking to town and I passed the opera house. It is a really cool building on the harbour, with a huge sloping roof that goes all the way down into the water. I thought to myself, you could actually walk up onto that roof. I didn't know it at the time but apparently you can do that.
I caught the ferry over to Bygdoy peninsula. On this side of the harbour they have some historical museums. (Just one or two or four) I started with the Viking Ship Museum. What can ...