Norway Memories

After going through my hundreds of photos taken in Norway I decided to do a Photo Friday post with ten images that highlight the beauty of Lillehammer, Norefjell and Oslo.

Here’s the first picture I took at the Maihaugen Open Air Museum in Lillehammer.

I couldn’t help but adore the quirky chandelier hanging in my suite at Norefjell’s Quality Resort & Spa.

Here’s my view of the mountains from my bedroom in Norefjell.

Here’s a picture of Oslo at night. The Grand Cafe is attached to the Grand Hotel which was our home for a few nights. My literary hero Henrik Ibsen ate here every morning.

I could have spent hours at Vigeland Sculpture Park. Here’s another image to help illustrate the incredible detail involved in each sculpture.

Our ride through the forest outside of Oslo was truly unforgettable despite less than stellar weather. Our sleigh ride was followed by a warm campire with traditional food and drinks.

Here’s a shot of a snowboarder completing a round of flips, turns and tricks.

A view from the boat tour in Oslo.

Local hipsters our for their afternoon coffee.

After about an hour wandering through the cemetery, I finally found Ibsen’s grave.

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Hi! I’m Megan,

a Scorpio sun and Libra moon who left her job in the music industry to travel and write full-time. Since then, i´ve explored more than 60 countries in the hopes that you will, too.

The world is made of magic and so are you!

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