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Day 4 (Oslo) – The Airport Experience + Where Next?

Before I start rambling on about our final day in Oslo, I omitted information regarding the accessibility of the other means of public transportation in the city from yesterdays post, clearly the T-Bane was just too exciting! Asides from the metro, Oslo is also home to a tram and bus network. As in many European cities, the former comprises of old and new rolling stock with only the new having low floor access so you ...
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Day 3 (Oslo) – The Woods (and the T-Bane)

After exploring the centre of Oslo and its associated sights yesterday, today we headed to a suburb called Stovner which is located on the very edge of the city and is surrounded by woodland. Of course, it seemed fitting to reach said area via the T-Bane, Oslo's very own metro system (come on, this is me that we are talking about)! From my prior T-Bane research, I was very impressed to learn that all stations ...
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Day 2 (Oslo) – Architectural Splendors

The strategy for today was to explore central Oslo whilst taking in the main touristy sights whilst attempting to avoid the downpours. I must say that it is nice to be in a city where the majority of shops and restaurants are step free...think this will be my fix for the next few years at least! Anyway, the architectural wander began by a purchase of a new waterproof as the weather today was similar to ...
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Day 1 (Oslo) – Superbunny’s Forklift and Airport Train Experience

Oslo has always been a city on my travel list, just never got around to visiting said place. However, seeing as I have only two countries left in Northern Europe to wander around (the other being Latvia next month), now seemed the appropriate time. In preparation for our flight from old Heathrow, we arrived in ample time and, unlike flying to Zagreb, LHR pulled out their finger meaning that we had ample time to wander ...
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