[...] Olga the Travelling Bra at Oslo Royal Castle [...]
[...] a guest is such a pleasure and we’ve had such a great time showing her around in Oslo like to The Royal Castle, Vigeland Sculpture Park, The New Oslo Opera House, Norway Maritime Museum and of course for [...]
[...] guest at our house: The experienced Globetrotter Olga The Traveling Bra. We have shown her The Royal Castle, Vigeland Sculpture Park, The New Opera House as well as Norway Maritime Museum. You see, Olga’s [...]
[...] am going to pass this on to Renny B. Amundsen, whose blog I have just begun to read all because Olga is currently visiting him in Norway ! Renny blogs about Norway and it’s history and people and it is always refreshing to meet [...]
the soldier look great, royal palace of oslo, it looks like st petersburg :)
oh that is so funny. i can just imagine what that guard was thinking when you stood there with the bra!
This is just hysterical, Renny. I love the concept...which helps us keep "abreast" of what's going on in the world. :)
Lucky old Royal Guard, to get a visit from Olga...
We had a very fun time exploring the Capital of Oslo with our lovely guest. It did seem to shock some people seeing an American girl like that, but most of the Norwegians were friendly and curious!! Looking forward to more adventure...
Hi Renny! That was funny! Were you not caught for obscenity? :) :D Just a thought, maybe we can do that in countries like USA, countries in Europe, in some parts of Asia, but in certain part of the world, which I will not name, do you think it's possible. I don't think so. :) But a great idea! Very unique! :lol:
Hallo ihr,möchte mich bewerben für´s oktoberfest bei euch,seid 4 Jahren Arbeite ich schon in München auf der Wiesen.bitte um Rückmeldung Danke Lg Maierhold
Hi, Thank you.This festival is a idea of enjoy with nature.I love it.
I see! So 'Oktovberfest' means "Festival of October" if I understand this post right. The peice of music is charming and the whole idea of the festival!
What a disappointment! Why aren't you in the costume? :P The sausages and meat looks so tempting! I need to get me some German sausages and pork knuckles!
Renny, good going, I bet you had fun. Good bier, good Bavarian food. But the music was Route 66. Not very much "Lederhosen"? :-) be good, ~Harri
ooooh, love oktoberfest, went to them as a kid in Canada, in Kitchener Waterloo where there is a signficant German heritage! Of course, I couldn't drink beer then (though I got the occassional sip), but loved the buxom serving wenches... guess it all really started when I was 10...
Sounds like fun and where are the lederhosen??? I would love to be at the bloggers' gathering next year. When are you thinking of having it? Summertime, I hope. I can't buy warm enough clothes in Queensland. RennyBA: The blog gathering will be in August so your summer wardrobe will be fine. Please read the official site for details: http://www.terella.no/oslobg/
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I must agree with some of the others: I wanted to see you in those lederhosen.... ha ha... Oktoberfest is great - wherever in the world it is :-P We hope to be there at the blog gathering next year, will do all in our power to be there...Show More Summary
Haha, we import lot's of traditions orginated other places here to Oslo. At least those that can give us an excuse to Party, like St. Patrick, Halloween, Valentine etc. May be it's not that strange since Oslo is very cosmopolitan. Great Blog my Friend btw. Show More Summary