I have been waiting for this for a long time. Fish and chips served served by the waterfront in Oslo. So you can see ships and smell salt water. I found the place today, in front of the Town Hall. The dish was not quite the same as in Commercial Street in Lerwick, Shetland, but it was good. About 1/3 the amount of fish,…
Every weekend in the summer the tram company in Oslo run some of their old trams, for tourists and Norwegian, and it is free of charge. This is the kind of tram I always traveled with in my childhood and youth. I even remember the ticket price, it was 10 øre! I could not resist a ride today, when I spotted one down town….
This image was taken in Oslo a couple of days ago. It looks really strange, but is an old trick. Impressive, anyway.
Kanskje kommer jeg tilbake med flere gategåter (!). Her er i alle fall en, tatt i dag. I used to put out pictures of streets in Oslo and people would guess which street it was. As you can see, this is image number 205!
Interior from an old coastal ship, the Nordstjernen, one of the well-known Hurtigruter. It was carrying passengers and goods along the coast from Bergen to Kirkenes at the Russian border.
Viking ship heritage, in front of the new row of modern buildings in the harbour of Oslo, called Barcode. My friend, Dallas, wanted to see Viking ships, here are some.
This is what the organisers wrote about the Festival in Oslo: Hundreds of historic ships and traditional boats from Norway, the Nordic countries and several other European countries will sail along the entire Norwegian coast to the Maritime Festival Forbunet KYSTENs landsstevne in Oslo. Some of the boats that will come are: Hestmanden – the cargo ship that survived two world wars, vintage passenger…