Keep your eyes open
Favorite thing: As anywhere else in the world, Oslo is the type of places where you should keep your eyes open if you want to spot the unsual or incongruous, such as this statue shot in the harbour.
Oslo 1000 Year Celebration
Favorite thing: We were lucky enough to come across the "1000 Year Celebration of Oslo" when we were there... There was a huge parade down Karl Johans Gate which we watched till the end...it was fantastic!
- Arts and Culture
Favorite thing: Oslo is a city with many sculptures in parks, streets and building besides Vingeland Park with more than 200. It makes Oslo a very nice city.
Fondest memory: If you wish see more sculptures visit my travelogues.
Favorite thing: Many fountains are in the parks and places of Oslo, all them very beautiful, but dont wait see them in winter because by the cold they stop before that season in order avoid to broke.
Garden Apartments - Mountain Greenery
Favorite thing: Apartment living is so much more pleasant when you feel that you're next to "the woods" - these units could be rather ugly in a different setting, but here they seem absolutely charming.
- Hiking and Walking
The Royal Guards
Favorite thing: Here are some of the Royal Guards at the Royal Palace... Try making them smile/talk...it just won't happen... ;)
- Castles and Palaces
Just walking around downtown...
Favorite thing: Just walking around downtown is something you have to experience. A lot of strange, and cool things to look at. If you like street music, you'll have a field day.
Gorgeous views from the air
Fondest memory: Amazing clear sky...
Wonderful Summer! One of the very best in the history of Norway! Boy, am I lucky or what :-)))
- Family Travel
Clear blue skies & an awesome summer!
Fondest memory: Sometimes, it's amazing what went through the mind when one was on the plane.
The plane ... a great invention.
The journey ... a dream comes true.
The view ... unimaginable!
- Family Travel
Open-air Munch Museum
Fondest memory: I was coming out of a restaurant and got lost in the streets looking for a place called "the Underwater Pub" when suddenly, on some snow-covered alley, I discovered this graffiti of the "Scream"