Our trip to Ireland in September was supposed to be a one day trip for a concert of my favorite band, but it turned out to be a six day vacation and a visit to the two major cities on the island. Nothing wrong with that, right? 🙂
I almost forgot this summer adventure when Debeli took me on a romantic ride on the lake.
If I’m not counting a walk by the river Akerselva or downhill the Ekebergparken it took us more than a year to go hiking in the woods.
After a visit to the apple orchard we got hungry so we stopped for a lunch in a nearby town, Drammen.
Egge Gård is a fruit farm near a small village in Lier in Buskerud county, located some hour and fifteen minutes by train and bus from Oslo.
Dachau is a small medieval town some twenty kilometers from Munich. Although beautiful and with a long history, Dachau is not a place you would be proud of living in. The reason is the WWII concentration camp in its vicinity. But on the other hand, what city is spotless clean in its history?
We visited Munich this summer on our way to Zagreb. A friend of Debeli lives there for a couple of years now so we decided to kill two birds with one stone: visit her and a capital of Bavaria as well. I had a bunch of stuff planned to visit, but we did only two of that. Nevertheless, I’m satisfied. We really liked having our friends as guides, so we enjoyed their company and suggestions.
Bygdøy is a peninsula located in the western part of the city of Oslo.
Before moving to Norway I heard a lot about Norwegians. From people that weren’t Norwegians, of course 🙂
Norwegian Constitution Day (Nasjonaldagen, Grunnlovsdagen, syttende mai) is the national day of Norway and is an official public holiday celebrated on May 17 each year.