Walking Home in Oslo: Well That Would Mean to the Hotel

We’re still walking back from Vigeland Park……..Wow, what a day we’ve had, and as not to walk through the same neighborhood twice, we are going down different streets to get back to the hotel. I think we are in the Briskehy neighborhood (don’t quote me on that) and it is more laid back! My kind of neighborhood! There is an angel in the garden………….with her back turned to us…….I hope that is not some kind of sign!

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

There is a gal dancing in her nighty in this garden…………..what can that mean?

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway
The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

Then, we came upon some more of the neighborhood shops……..this one, a natural food store………

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

And, a neighborhood market…….I wish I wasn’t too pooped to go in, but on we tread……….

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

Lots and lots of fresh vegetables and fruits………..

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

The message board, got to have one of those…………..news travels fast!

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

And, then another Sampson’s Bakery……….OK, I have to sit and enjoy a taste of something!

Samson’s In the Little Neighborhood of Oslo, Norway

I look over the counter……….

Oslo, Norway.Samson’s Bakery

I look up at the lighting……………and I’m watching that lemonade with interest, out of the corner of my eye!

Oslo, Norway.Samson’s Bakery
Oslo, Norway.Samson’s Bakery

OK, we picked out two treats……..guess which one is mine?

Oslo, Norway.Samson’s Bakery

Now, this is very decorative…….the only one we saw!

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

Maybe a round balcony for you? I think it must have been an add-on, but I can’t say that I’m crazy about it!

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

I’m thinking the red house is for me!

The Little Burbs of Oslo, Norway

I hope you enjoyed the walk in this neighborhood today! See you in another Oslo neighborhood soon! Cady

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. restlessjo says:

    I think Oslo definitely suits you, Cady. Have a good week!

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  2. Alison says:

    Looks like a cute little neighbourhood
    Have a great week 🙂

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  3. Toonsarah says:

    Ooh, I like that red house!

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  4. Would mind sharing a hunk of the cinnamon-sugar twisted roll with me? With a good cup of Starbucks coffee ~ or does Norway have any Starbucks shops around?

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    1. I didn’t see a Starbucks, but there were a lot of WB Samsons! Those bakeries were everywhere, even in the small neighborhoods!

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  5. maristravels says:

    Nice walk, and did I spy a cinnamon bun there? Scandi pastries are great because they are never too sweet for my taste and with their lovely coffee, they go down a treat!

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    1. No, none of their pastries have a lot of sugar!

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  6. A very interesting neighbourhood! The bakery, those very unusual balconies, and the ornate lamp post (?). Lovely architecture. The red house is stunning!

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    1. Oh! We REALLY loved NORWAY! It ticked all the boxes for us! We have a trip to Ukraine scheduled for May!!!! That and other countries…..but somehow that may be re-routed…….not sure where we will end up. I’d go yo Norway again in a heartbeat!

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      1. Friends of mine toured there, and absolutely loved it! It was their final tour overseas! I personally think they had more travel years ahead of them! My Dad’s final overseas trip was here to Australia, at the incredible age of 94. My brother has an Ukrainian friend, and some of the photos from there are incredible!

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      2. We have booked a 43-day cruise in January, 2024 from Sidney, Australia to Hong Kong! We will be spending about a week in Sidney, prior to the cruise and a week afterwards in Hong Kong! I will be 75 then! OMG! Regent Cruises (the only cruise line we have ever used) are booked years in advance now! This years trips were booked a year and a half ago! I wanted to go to Australia and New Zealand years ago, when I was younger because that flight will do me in I’m sure! But Nooooooooooo, so we are doing it in 2024!

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      3. Oh how exciting, and something you will be looking forward to! What a great way to celebrate though, as you will have special memories from that trip! The flight will be loooonnnggg. I find the flights overseas exhausting, and I tend to drift off to sleep as soon as we are airborne! You have many many years of exciting travel ahead of you, and lots of good memories too!

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      4. I hope so, because now we are booked to the gills!

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      5. Oh that is so exciting….. and good news for your blog followers as we can look forward to you sharing your travels with us!

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