Thursday, June 2, 2011

Free Days in Oslo

After breakfast this morning, our group headed by bus to Oslo. After about 4 hours, we arrived at our hotel and had the afternoon free. Most of the group spent the time exploring the city. We also spent some time relaxing and napping on the grass outside Norway's Royal Palace. For dinner, many of us went out for pizza at Peppes, a restaurant near our hotel.
City of Oslo

After breakfast this morning, our group headed by bus to Oslo. After about 4 hours, we arrived at our hotel and had the afternoon free. Most of the group spent the time exploring the city. We also spent some time relaxing and napping on the grass outside Norway's Royal Palace. For dinner, many of us went out for pizza at Peppes, a restaurant near our hotel.

Oslo Harbor

As a part of our stay in Oslo, we were given a "24 hour Oslo Pass" which gets us into may of the museums and free bus and train rides. There are no formal activities planned tomorrow, so everyone plans keep exploring the city.

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