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... got fish and chips which tasted really good surprisingly. after my lunch i sat down for a bit and watched the harder slopes i wanted to try them but i didn't i just played it safe and stayed at the easier slopes.
I ended up falling off at the end of the day so I left early to go rest so I wasn't dead for the next day So i got a taxi home and went to bed i didn't eat dinner i wasnt feeling very hungry but the day was a really good day
... the city hall, where the Nobel prize award hold every year. Inside the buildings we noticed the ceiling of each room has stories of Norwegian life. The change of people' lives and the seasons. It was quite interesting to look at it. Other thing I noticed one corner of the main hall was the flute. They plays every one hour (oh well we are too deaf if you ask what the sound is like) On the paintings outside the buildings was the ...
... br> Doing the Hop on Hop off bus.
The round trip took about an hour and a half. We only got off once at
Vigelandsparken (don’t I sound Norwegian, Yah) Sculpture Park. It was pretty
cool. All these sculptures of naked people. Heaps of them. The rest of the ride
was pretty good. Oslo is a very pretty city with heaps of museums, which, strangely,
we didn’t visit. Did go past the Royal Palace and the Vestbanen ...
... trees and pretty flowers. We stayed on the bus till we got to the Kontiki and Viking ship museums.
First of all we explored the Kontiki with it’s models of both Kontiki and Ra rafts which Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific in. Fascinating stuff and he was an amazing pioneer with obviously a real quest for knowledge. Next stop was the Viking ship museum but a coffee first on the way in. Another fascinating place with models of Viking ships ...
... she actually started to walk around again. Our first stop was a wooden Stave Church. This was really cool. After seeing the church I think that made her want to see more, so back on the bus we went. We then rode a couple of stops to the Fram Museum. This museum houses the polar exploration ship "Fram". We spent about an hour there, because we wanted to go back into downtown Oslo to shop. After hopping back on the bus we got off ...