After a few days in Olso, I had truly warmed up to the place. I found tasty coffee, chatted with some locals, and sure the posh part of town. I learned that Oslo is not the best place to live, but it is a great place to study or work, and then takes short trips elsewhere with your huge income.
Coffee in Oslo
I found a couple of good coffee places, both about the same in terms of their coffee quality:
Which also came with excellent WIFI:
Which came with no WIFI, so not good for working:
The Walk Through Town
Afforded me some lovely street art…
It’s a lovely walk up the gentle slope to the Royal Palace, which was opened in 1849. It was a delightful spot with a slight view of Oslo.
The Old Town
Built in 1899, it is a stunning cultural heritage site with some fantastic statues around it.
Norway’s National Parliament built in 1866.
The Central Shopping Centre next to Central Station.
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