OsloBG – Last official Day
This Saturday, I was honoured driver for our distinguised guests from France and Sweden. We went to a small Village 25 km south of our Winter Home:
Drøbak – Typical Southern Norwegian Village
Bloggers at the Marina in Dröbak
Typical withe,wooden buldings
Wooden building and Flowers
Pierre fell in love with the Mermaids;)
We went for a walk. Our Summer House is in the Hills in the distant background. Enlarge and you will see Oscarsborg Fortress, who played a very important role during the Nazi’s invation of Norway, April 9-1940. The Island behind is the highest in Oslofiord (220 meters above sea level – 675 feet)
The Church in Dröbak was inaugurated Oct 29 – 1776; a year that means a lot for Americans. Who is coming to Church?
The Bride of course
Here you see a public garden – popular among families with kids.
It’s called Velhaven – Well Haven – a Public Oasis.
We returned to Oslo and the
Medieval Park – Picnic
Pierre waiting for the Tram to the Park – with the Oslo Pass, the ride is free.
Mrs Lifecruiser crossing the Railway
RennyBA was waiting with 12 bottles of sparkling wine and snacks.
Skol and chatting between the ruins of the Maria Church. The first buildt here is from around 1000 . The Ruins are from around 1300, then as a Roman Cathedral.
We left the Medieval Park just before Sunset
And headed for the Grand Finale at
Caroline and Maria
Lifecruisers and Claudie and Pierre, who stayed in our Winterhome during the OsloBG – 2010.
Lawrence entertaing blog-friends
Water, Pepsi, Wine and Beer and good blogger-friends.
It was a memorable last evening…
Miss you all and hope to you soon again – whereever it might be;)
PS. More from OsloBG above (soon)