Oslo trip

My lovely Scandinavian adventure continues. I’ll be in Oslo for my first time on Monday and Tuesday. Very exciting, because I have no idea what I’ll find there. And funny, because it’s said that I’ll be in “Sarahs fornemmelse av kultur” on TV2. Then I’ll be back in Stockholm on Wednesday. Your Norwegian insiders tips are of course welcome. Puss.

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  1. Dr Eamer says:

    Excellent pics – an addictive blog!

  2. Anonymous says:

    A tip, eh? How about visiting some of the streets that have their own style(fashion wise, that is)for inspiration? Like Bogstad-veien; the place for fashionistas, fashion victims, and generally people who like to show that they’re worth a load;)

    Or how about Grünerløkka? Place for students, and secondhand sense of style, where guys embrace their feminine side, where hipsterscent is in the air;)

  3. H says:

    Puss och kram!

  4. Anonymous says:

    no one in oslo knows how to dress… go to fredrikstad instead!

  5. Anonymous says:

    You should visit Bergen!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Visit OSLO S – the central station. Lots of people passing by…

  7. Hi!
    I live near Oslo, and I am so happy that you are in Oslo now. People dress very nice there, and many people have their own style. I love to visit places like Paris and look at people, and how they dress. Keep up the good work. Enjoy Oslo.

    Au revior

  8. Le Myosotis Blue says:

    Visit Majorstua and Frogner (and also Grunerløkka area – these are the best places in Oslo when it comes to fashion. Lots of second hand stores etc. And the most orginal school-students you will find at Hartvig Nissen high school. Oslo is a beautiful and lovely city, enjoy your trip!

  9. Kristine says:

    Go to AHO, The Norwegian School Of Design And Architecture… lots of fancy students roaming around… Don’t bother going to Bogstadveien, Majorstua, Frogner, the people there all dress alike, and how exciting is it to see 300 kids teenagers with Canada Goose jackets, leggings, miniskirts and big, blonde hair? U should as mentioned in other comments stick to downtown Oslo, Grünerløkka and a must, BLINDERN, the university campus, tons of nicely dressed students…

  10. Emelie says:

    but, hey, when do u come to gothenburg? hope u like sweden, best country in the world!
    ha det så trevligt här!
    have a nice time here!