Oslo adventures part # 1

We got a later start on our adventuring, because of the one hour time difference from London.

We set out for the Vigenland Sculpture Park and changed course, because the parking lots were full.

Three museums made a great day. The Folk Museum should go on your not to miss list if you visit Oslo, we had a great time walking though it. The most exciting location for me was the Stave Church built in the 1200s and relocated in the late 1800s. The Folk Museum was both interesting and beautiful. Trent enjoyed the lefse just baked from the open fire with my freshly fire roasted coffee. A bit later he tried out the small playground and then scored an interesting blueberry sugar pop from the mock general store.
A bit of unexpected rain curtailed travels between buildings but we were greeted back at the hotel with a double rainbow!

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