Ah Oslo, you feel like such a far away dream at this point. Were we actually there, just a hair over a week ago?
Whenever an opportunity comes up to travel to a cool city we’ve never been to and it involves food, sightseeing, meeting people and lovely AirBnB apartments, we get on that shit.
And so Kuba and I spent a few days (or 67 hours, to be exact) in Oslo, for the very first time in life.
Going to Norway in February was very pleasant: it was -10 alright but the sky was blue and sun was shining throughout the entire 3 days of our stay.
In short, we loved our husband-wife getaway: walking along the Oslo harbour, visiting museums & galleries, caffeinating and meeting creative people.
Although I brought my Nikon, I didn’t put it to much use, so all I have are these sporadic iPhone shots from the short three days we were there.
It was easy to fall in love with the aesthetic of our AirBnB apartment. I’m a sucker for minimalist decor and wooden floors (as you probably all know by now). We didn’t get to spend too much time enjoying the apartment, but I’d love to stay there again if I find myself in Oslo again. Below are some iPhone snaps in and around the apartment.
I really feel that there’s nothing quite like a walk through streets of Oslo and art museums to get the creative juices flowing again. Especially the harbour scenes were more glorious than I had imagined.
My favourite moments were the ones when we were caffeinating and meeting wonderful people (lovely Julie Ilona Balas of Julies Matblogg and Ludo), and a dog, which by the way has its own Instagram profile 🙂
And after we successfully caffeinated, we headed downtown to check out some shops which I very easily fell in love with!
Ah, will I ever stop to sing the praises of Oslo? Simply put, it was by far one of the best city I’ve ever been to. Oh, I’ve been spoiled all right!
Of course I am already scheming of how I can get back there because our short time there was such a tease!