We started another day with another great breakfast buffet!!
Our bus took us to the Vigeland Park where there are 58 bronze figures sculpted by Gustav Vigeland. They are a general study of the human form, since they are all nude. Many deal with the relationships between people. There is a circular statue of a man and woman going round and round - perhaps the eternal attraction and love between the sexes. But directly opposite, another circle feels like a prison, with no refuge. Most capture the joys of life! And it was a sunny day, so many people were out enjoying the park.
There is also a rose garden at the base of a Monolith The Monolith is surrounded by 36 granite groups-continuing Vigeland's cycle-of-life motif.
Our bus drove us to the area of the city where many museums deal with the Vikings and exploration by Norwegians. We visited the Viking Museum last time so we went to the Kon Tiki Museum. When I was young, I read the book Thor Heyerdahl wrote about his trip across the Atlantic Ocean in his balsam boat he named Kon Tiki. Very interesting.
We took the small passenger ferry back across the water to our hotel.