Thon Hotel Gyldenlove
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... but to no avail. In our defense, we weren't the only ones. There were a couple other groups of tourists waiting outside, thinking they would get in as well.
We decided to head to the National Gallery next, having verified it was open of course. We did stop for coffee along the way, a necessary evil after two nights of not enough sleep. We didn't rush through the museum, but we made it through in pretty good time. We even stopped to make ...
... had salted beef and pork. Sure, it wasn't the best quality stuff ever, but it sure filled a hole. Josefina's had mashed swede and carrot, I think and it was well tasty.
As we left here a lot of older people were strarting to dance to live music. Beer 57K.
Off to Teddy's pub where we expected 50s music etc, well it had people in, but no one put any money in the juke box, so we sat in a quiet room for a bit, then as we left the ...
... 1.83m (6ft)! In 800s! What were they eating!? The women were 1.53m, but still. The ships themselves were pretty neat. Looked really aerodynamic. But they only had the bare hull, so it wasn't like majestic.
The Viking museum seemed a little short, so the national folk museum was next. This is the first open air, interactive folk museum I've been to in Europe I think! I've been to these in the Middle East and Asia. They are super fun because they have ...
... UK and then we went and picked up my sleeping bag and mat that I'd organized. The house turned out to be 40 minutes away from the centre of Oslo. When we arrived, I went and pressed the doorbell of what I thought was number 31. Sverre alerted me to the fact this was actually 29 and pointed to the door of 31. Luckily no one was home. I did the same with 31 but still no one answered so I followed the directions to where Havard had left the equipment and entered the backyard of ...
... He in turn, would spend his creative life beautifying Oslo with his sculpture garden. From 1924 to 1943 he worked on-site, designing 192 bronze and granite statue groupings, 600 figures in all, each nude and unique. He even planned the layout and landscaping of the park.
Next up was the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, the site of one of the world’s oldest ski jumps. Holmenkollen has hosted many championships, including the ...