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... the ice skating rink that filled the middle of the park, we wandered past the houses of parliament, the national theatre and finished on top of a hill which looks down over the city and is home to the palace. Soon though I was flagging I really couldn't shift the cold I had so we went back to the hotel for some rest, that evening we found a little Norwegian restaurant where we drank red wine and ate various Norwegian cheeses. The following day we decided to check out ...
... and children) all twisted together. As usual, the museum was closed. This might have shed some better light on the inspiration and mindset that went into these creations, but either way it was a good time, including a little bit of yoga with the statues. #hannahtaylor
Finally, we headed back to the apartment and made pizza for Thomas as a thank you for him letting us stay with him. This turned out surprisingly well, considering we were ...
Weather was a mix of really quite warm when sun was out, rain for a bit, and a dash of rain with sun. We saw a rainbow.
Picked up our bags - grabbed a subway, then train back to Airport which does not have free wifi and was a bit lacking. Train was very busy too. We managed to spend our remaining Kroner on a banana (10K) and a chocolate bar (26K).
Great way to spend a couple of days!
... br> Despite the forecast, we still were sitting outside at the restaurant at 10 pm.
Weather today was hot, very hot even and very heavy to be in the city and walk all day. We were exhausted by the walks today.
Rest us to prepare for tomorrow, the boat leaves at 2 pm, we have to pack, get the car out of the garage and get to the docks to start our last boat trip of this vacation....
... 2 kr, but when you exchange left over kr for dollars, it's like $1=6.6 kr! So you can lose like $20 if you exchange as much as I did. So lesson learned. I usually budget a lot better, but Norway has been very unpredictable.
Now I'm back in my room. I've packed everything. Oh yeah, another thing I learned. So there are shops that are tax-free (signs on their windows and doors), and in Norway, if you purchase more than 315kr worth of items from a store, you ...