Yesterday was a long day. We went to the Norwegian version of the Federal Reserve, had an amazing lunch, and then I walked a bazillion miles around the city trying to find Christmas presents in the even close to remotely reasonable price range. HAHAHA. I'm sorry, a hooded sweatshirt sold in a stand on the street should not cost $90. Or for that matter two mainstream beers in an Irish Pub should not cost $32. So yeah, gift hunting and drinking not going so well. I'm coming to terms with the fact that I'm either going to have to suck up the sticker shock or not shop or drink for two years. But I got some more fun pics.
|Peace Flame near Astrup Fearnly|
|Oslo's newest Museum - the Astrup Fearnly|
|Christmas on Karl Johans Gate|