Oslo is drop dead gorgeous. Find a comfortable seat. I have 215 photos to show you.
OK. Just nine. Karl Johans gate is a long park-lined street filled with restaurants, shops, government buildings and other major buildings. And people.
I told you. Lots of people.
The Royal Palace sits at the far end of Karl Johans gate.
Stortinget, the building housing Norway's Parliament, is about half way down Karl Johans gate.
Some of the stores are in lovely old buildings that would be at home in Paris.
The National Theater -- a handsome classical building with statues everywhere -- is near the west end of Karl Johans gate. Henrik Ibsen is at the left side, over that woman's shoulder.
Other statues outside the National Theater are of artists best known to Norwegians.
There was a mouth-watering crafts show at the side and rear of Oslo Cathedral. I asked this potter if she dies her hair every day to match her dresses. "Yes." What will it be tomorrow? "Blue."
There was a Pakistan exhibition. This is the side of a richly painted wagon. And a tourist.