Thursday Doors: Another Peek at Oslo

We walked from the Continental Hotel, in the Theatre District, to the Royal Palace, and on, through two neighborhoods to get to Vigeland Park ………These photos are from the first neighborhood after the Palace and from my map, if I’m reading it correctly (a big if here) the first neighborhood is in the Uranienberg block….

Vigeland Park, Oslo, Norway: Part Three, The Monolith

I hope you have been following along as we walk through Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway! We are now making our way to the Monolith………It is huge and I can’t wait to see it up close! This area is named the Monolith Plateau. It is the highest point of sculpture in the park rising,…

Thursday Doors, the See Through Version

If you have been  following along, this is my third post on the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway! There is just so much here to see and learn about!  If you have missed the previous posts, you might want to read them and that will give you a good background to this post! Now,…

Vigeland Park, Oslo, Norway: Part 2

We are making our way up, up, and up in Vigeland Park! I hope you have been following along………this park is just so interesting and unusual!  We are now beyond the bridge and past a rose garden, getting nearer to the fountain. Still lots of visitors! In 1900, Gustav Vigeland made a small model of…

Vigeland, the Sculptor’s Park

Hellooooooooo 2022! It’s been a while since I last posted! I am going to start off the New Year in the Vigeland Sculpture Garden in Oslo, Norway! I loved everything about Norway, from the small fishing villages and outposts (and all the goats) to the  big city, in comparison, of Oslo! I would definitely go…

Six On Saturday: Vigeland, Oslo, Norway

Helloooooooooo 2022! I thought I would start off the New Year in the Vigeland Garden in Oslo, Norway. There will be more posts about this famous Sculpture Garden, but today I’m just getting back into the swing of things! My WordPress site has a new format (UGH) and it will take me several posts before…

One Person From Around the World: Albania

Welcome to Just One Person From Around the World! June! The month for brides! Today, we are going to Berat, Albania, where I took photos of the wedding party headed up to the mosque in the old ruins for their wedding photos!  I also should say these photos were taken in August and it was…

Friday’s Foods of the World: Drink Up

Today, it’s all about drinking! Mostly juices, but sooner or later you get to the other drinks too! The juices that are found in the little pop up bars are my favorites! This is just such a place on the beach in Budva, Montenegro! and what are we drinking? Fresh squeezed watermelon juice! Absolutely fantastic!…

Thursday Doors: Oslo, Norway

Today, for a few doors of the  Doorscursion, we are headed back to Oslo! This is the Scots Man Restaurant………looking good! As with all outdoor seating in cafés and restaurants, your seat comes with a blanky……..the month was August! Be sure to look up, so you don’t miss architectural details! We stayed at the beautiful…

Just One Person From Around the World: Get Out to the Parks

Welcome to Just One Person From Around the World! This week I have just been fed up with people! Mostly with people in the government or in the Media telling me how I should live every hour of the day………according to their data or such! Are these folks in the real world? Do they not…

It’s a Sign!

I like chalkboard signs and looking for them on Vaca is always a treat! So, I’m sharing some signs with you today! Which one do you like best? From a garden in the UK……… I like garden signs of all kinds! Take in a variety of fragrance throughout……..how clever! This one from Chartwell, the home…

Six On Saturday: The Priest House

Good Mornin’ SOSer’s! This morning, I am taking you to the Priest House in West Hoathly in Sussex. It was one of the gardens open during a National Garden Scheme Weekend. West Hoathly, proper, is a village of 9 homes and a pub! The Priest House is the only one of its kind open to…

Friday’s Foods of the World: Burano, Italy

Today, we on the island of Burano, Italy, on the Venetian Lagoon…….from Venice, it is a 45-minute trip from St Mark’s Square by vaporetto (a water bus) It is home to 2,600 people, who attract many tourists to their brightly colored homes and businesses! Let’s see what goodies we can find to eat here! First,…

Thursday Doors: The Small Town Series: Madison, Georgia

Today, for our look at doors, we’re visiting Madison, Georgia, population 3,636. The Historic District in Madison is one of the largest in the state with almost 100 antebellum homes (Homes built prior to the Civil War) that to this day are still lovingly cared for and lived in. Most have never been sold outside…