Day 21: Oslo

We spent today looking at some of Oslo’s most popular tourist attractions. Having already seen the Royal House and reached the top of Holmenkollen, we started off by heading to Frogner Park, which contains the world famous Vigeland installation, a permanent sculpture installation created by Gustav Vigeland. Representing the human condition and the circle of life, it was a collection FULL of naked people. Oslo itself is full of statues already, so we were surprised by how many more they could fit in… I’ve never seen so many willies in one place before!

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We then made our way back into the centre and headed towards Akershush Fortress, a mediaeval castle.

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Then, to save some money on accommodation, we slept on a night train! And made our way to Bergen. The night train had free blow up pillows, blankets, eye masks, and ear plugs! It was brilliant. But we didn’t sleep much, still.

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