SUNDAY IN OSLO

Sunday was a great day for visiting some museums since the stores were not open on that day, not even  grocery stores. I was surprised: Norwegians how do you cope? :o For me it would be challenging if I had forgotten to buy something from grocery store and I could not go get it.  Anyhow, there are a large number of different museums in Oslo. I visited few of them during my trip and one of them was the viking ship museum in which these pictures were taken. The museum was very unique and I would even say that it is must see place if you ever visit Oslo since it is not everyday that you can see real viking ships.
I bought this yellow turtle neck jumper from Oslo and I have used it a lot since then. It was a good combo with the knitted dress in the cold weather.  In my opinion, it was cute and colorful. I even added some more color with purple lipstick. How did you like my outfit?
☺: Alice

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OSLO IN FEBRUARY

Hi friends! In February I spend extended weekend in the capital of Norway: Oslo. I could not think any better time if the year to visit Oslo than during  winter. The sun was shining everyday and the weather was cold and crispy. These outfit pictures were taken on the top of the famous opera house.
The view was great, although the roof was icy and very slippery. I tried to pack lightly since it was only a weekend trip, so I only took one pair of shoes with me as well as one overcoat. This overcoat is the best discovery this winter. It is warm and the lilac color is amazing. 
Oslo is a city worth visiting and it is also possible to enjoy your holiday there without breaking a bank. Nonetheless, it is worthy of its reputation as one of the worlds most expensive city. I managed to stay on budget: I found good deal for the hotel and I did not visit the most expensive restaurants in the city. However, one could easily spend a lot of money on those.
Have a lovely week!
☺: Alice

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