Ms Innvik

Langkaia, Oslo, Oslo, Norway | Inn
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A travel blog entry by carallan


... a few shots of some of the strange sculpture (26 total in the park apparently). Yes that photo is of statue of a lady having a wee complete with water spray. A wee bit strange some of these Norwegian sculptors!

Dinner with a couple of beers cooled in the washing up sink (i.e no fridge at this camp-site) then blog writing and further poor Wi-Fi connections for getting internet stuff done then bed after watching the sun set over the city at ...

Sweden, Norway and Bavaria

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie


... walks, we climbed back up the hill and took advantage of the free sauna at the hotel. I think that's one of those things that must be ticked off in life – sauna in Stockholm. In fact, we both liked how much Monday went that we repeated the dose Tuesday – two walks and a sauna. On Tuesday evening we ventured to a traditional Swedish pub and we had quite possibly the best night of food ordering in our whole ...

Like a bird

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey


... cry of the gulls was the same, the light was the same, the water was the same, the smell was the same. Even the distant smell of creosote that had caught in my nostrils earlier reminded me of an exhibit at the BC Museum, one that I have visited since childhood when I pretended that I was the courageous - and fictional - Charlotte Doyle, and that I was penning my True Confessions. At that same moment, my friend looked over at me. I guess I'm ...

Cruise to Oslo

A travel blog entry by rkiner

... walked a few blocks to try to take a boat tour of the fjords. Turns out the real fjords that we were thinking of are in Western Sweden. Oslo is in the East. Instead of taking a boat tour we walked to the end of the dock overlooking the bay. It was gorgeous! My favorite weather: slightly overcast and a little chilly. None of us could get over how stunning the clouds looked over the harbor. They were all different shades of gray swirling around each other with the sun peeking ...

Days 104 - 106: Norway - European adventure begins

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... the departure point, catch the train to the next city in the morning and see the city either in half a day or in one and a half days, then repeat in a new country the following day.
It's very difficult orientating your way around a new city with a new language and having to emerge your self in it, and it's food and culture in a short amount of time. That's where we need a PLAN! On the train to each city we will read the Lonely Planet Guide, 'Europe on a shoe string' and go for it. ...

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