“Ha det” means “goodbye.” (Sounds like “ha deh bra”)
Oslo has been surprising and fun and restless and cold (um…12 degrees tonight). I’m sad to go but happy to see family and friends…will put up some last-minute pictures in the next few days.
Thanks for reading and for being part of the adventure! Ha det!
Well, speaking of famous Norwegians, I can’t leave here without mentioning Henrik Ibsen, Norway’s most famous and beloved playwright. Continue reading “SEE: Ibsen Museet”
Grønland is a neighborhood not far from the city center. I hadn’t explored it very much, so I decided to see what it was all about one day last week. It’s the “multicultural melting-pot” of Oslo… Continue reading “SEE: Grønland neighborhood”
Last week I headed out to East-Oslo to spend some time at the Munch Museum. (A little FYI for Oslo visitors: the museum is free during the Fall/Winter months.) You are probably aware that Edvard Munch (pronounced “Moonk”) is responsible for the wonderfully eerie painting The Scream: Continue reading “SEE: Munch Museet”