Thursday, August 26, 2010

OsloBG – The Day after the Official Program

Our dear blogger friends from France and Sweden stayed in our Winterhome during the OsloBG.  Until Monday August 23.

Here are some Photos from our last full Day together. Sunday August 22.
That was the day after the official event.

So what did we do?  What to see? Joan Miró exhibition of course - only 10 km west of Oslo.

Joan Miró exhibition
– Henie-Onstad Art Center – 10 km west of OsloOsloBG - last Day - Henie-Onstad Art Center 
We were not allowed to take photos inside - but outside from left Mrs and Mr Lifecruiser, Renny and Pierre.

Munch Museum
– Oslo
OsloBG - last Day - Outside Munch Museum 
Outside Munch Museum – Diane, Pierre, Claudie, Renny
OsloBG - last day - Munch Museum - renny and Pierre and Scream
Renny and Pierre and The Scream .
PS -Pierre and Renny did not Scream;)

Botanical Garden –  Natural Historical Museum - Oslo
This is Ida - The Oldest Complete Primate Skeleton In The World. But Ida was not here when we did visit, she was in Germany.

So what did we do but have a wonderful walk in the Park, with Claudie and Pierre. Just look below: (click to enlarge)
OBG1 - Pierre tar bilde av Claudie in botaniske hage med erteblomster - 2 OsloBG - last day - Botanical Garden 95 - Oldest wooden building present in Oslo 17XX
OsloBG - last day - Botanical Garden 4 Statue   OsloBG - last day - Botanical Garden 94 P and C and Palmtree
OsloBG - last day - Botanical Garden 92 OBG4 - Rose i  Vigelandsparken

Last Dinner together in Winterhome:
OsloBG - Last dinner - Steak d'Elan OsloBG - Champagne last evening Mr Lifecruiser
OsloBG - last Day Claudie at the Computer  OsloBg - Champagne
We had such a memorable last Dinner -  Raindeer steak /karibu
– Papa did make it;)  And as you can see: Mr Lifecruiser serveved genuin Champagne. And there was more food and entertainment. Until 2 am. And as well -the last evening between really good blogger friends until next time.
.OBG959 -C and P before retour at Torp 
Dear Claudie and Pierre, we will meet soon again.
Photo above: Last mininutes before the Flight back to southern France.
We had a wonderful time  - see you soon;)

More to come from the beginning of OsloBG (from the  start)---

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Blogger Gattina said...

Looks as if you had a wonderful time together ! I am back from England too.

August 26, 2010 5:18 pm  
Blogger Maribeth said...

Looks like such a wonderful time. I am so sorry I missed this. Especially with what happened to Anneliese.
August has been a sad month here in New Hampshire.

August 26, 2010 6:11 pm  
Blogger Lelé Batita said...

Hi, Tor!
Thank you for the wonderfull time in Oslo! It's unforgetable!
I made a post in my Blog with a portuguese text and an english translation after.
I'm sure it's not the best translation, but I did the best I could. I hope like that it will be easy to you to understand what I mean.
Kisses and hugs.

August 26, 2010 6:28 pm  
Blogger Lelé Batita said...

Sorry, here's the link:

August 26, 2010 6:28 pm  
Anonymous RennyBA's Terella said...

Dear Tor, thanks to you and you're enthusiasm, we had a wonderful sightseeing day together our French and Swedish friend. There is a lot to explore in Oslo of course, and you're post describe some of the pearls!

August 26, 2010 9:59 pm  
Anonymous DianeCA said...

Thank you for inviting us along as well and taking such good care of these special guests. We had a wonderful time and I was happy to have a last trip to these two art galleries on our last day together. We really appreciate your support and enthusiasm and initiative for OsloBG!

August 26, 2010 11:33 pm  
Anonymous Lifecruiser Travel Blog said...

Heart-ly thanks once more time for your hospitality & guidance Tor! We had a great time together - and the Champagne flooding were just awesome! *giggles*

We need more time to recover from all the late nights...

August 27, 2010 7:06 pm  
Blogger Ginnie said...

You are the host with the most, Tor. No doubt about it. :)

August 30, 2010 2:50 pm  

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