Our 1.5 day Stay in Oslo
“Oslo feels like home.”
That’s the remark a kid born and raised in Toronto might say. With the weather reflecting the same weather in Toronto, most people having the ability to speak English and a modern feel to architecture, we’ve yet to feel the stronger European vibes that a city like London or Paris may bring to mind.
We were a little offset by prices but after a quick google search it was revealed that citizens in Norway on average make about 75k a year. Which is much higher than that of many canadian cities.
Here is a breakdown of our stay in Oslo:
- Double cheeseburgers from Burger King – 29 nok
- Groceries (Pita bread, grape tomatoes, 3 bananas, sliced ham) – 75 nok
- Tea at Espresso House – 32 nok
- pasta packets brought from home – priceless
- 2 pastries from WB Allen – 76 nok
- Groceries again (cream cheese, ham, chocolate buns, pizza bread) – 102 nok
- Train from airport to city centre – 92 nok
- Bus to airbnb from city centre – 50 nok x2 to go back to city centre
Beautiful tulip gardens
University of Oslo