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Oslo

by ysoldateague July 14, 2008

I have a few pretty big adventures planned for the next few months and the first of them is coming up fast. In a couple of weeks I’m going to Oslo with my little (actually much bigger than me 17 year old) brother. So far all we’ve really planned out is that we’re going to camp hereand I know there are some museums I want to visit. We’ll be there for 10 days, plenty of time to explore, so if you’ve ever been to Oslo, or you’re local I’d love your recommendations for the things we shouldn’t miss out on. Of course I’d love your crafty, yarny recommendations but since I don’t think my brother will be so into those I’d love ideas we can both enjoy even more. I fell in love with some photos of rail way journeys in Norway too today, so now I’m musing on taking a train somewhere else for a few days in the middle of our trip. Although I’m not totally sure whether we’ll do that or decide that Oslo is enough let me know if you have any suggestions for other places we should visit that aren’t too far from Oslo (spectacular scenery on the way a must!)
I’m very excited about this holiday and I know that your ideas will both build the excitement over the next couple of weeks and make it much better when we’re there.

Thank you x

ysoldateague
ysoldateague



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