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... of walking, we were ready for a break. Luckily, we had stopped in a Vinmonopolet to purchase a liter of wine before the closing at 3pm. The state liquor store closes early on Saturday and stays closed through Sunday so there was a wild rush in the last few minutes. We saw people sprinting to the store a couple minutes before closing time. Seems like there's got to be a "black market" for liquor at other times.
... the way to the train station. After leaving the Royal Palace we strolled down the mall detouring for a visit to the Oslo Cathedral. This is meant to be absolutely beautiful inside, however as it was 6.00pm and it closed at 4.00pm we were once again too late and will have to go back tomorrow. There are beautiful shops in Oslo, however everything is very expensive, so didn't buy anything except a scarf each. Throughout our journey in Scandinavia we ...
... bar that happened to be -5 degrees. So why then did we have to put their padded cape over what I considered to be an already adequate winter coat??!
The timing of our arrival was perfect. Although the ice bar doesn’t officially open until 11am, we were told we could enter the frozen ‘pub’ at 10:40am. There were only 2 other couples inside. Everything including the walls, bar counter, furniture and artwork is made from 60 tons of solid ...
... walked down to the river (more of a stream) and had our lunch. By the time we were done we made our way to the hostel to re-check in. It was great. We were moved into a 8bed female dorm which was a lot better, no black out!.
once we were settled in we went and got some baked goods. It was delicious. We then made our way back to the hostel whilst sight seeing,
Made dinner and then got ready for bed.
... distance from the city center and the opera house.
After unloading and finding an expensive parking space for the car, we walked up to the opera house. Very nice architecture, to a certain extent inspired by the Sydney opera house we guessed, but different. It is also on the waterfront, there is a lot of activity, a cafe along the opera house, lots of people and buzz, white stones and glass as main construction elements. ...