Docked 10a.m.right on the edge of the city centre, overlooking Akershus Fortress and Castle, walked over 14km today - another great city to walk around - bit dull and a few spits of rain but great for walking, top of 22 degrees. First stop was Vigeland Sculpture Park - acres and acres of stone, iron and bronze sculptures depicting a complete human life from birth to death - interesting?? Then to the Palace through very leafy suburbs - bit like Toorak - with lots of embassies scattered throughout the green tree areas - saw their changing of the guard - no security here - a lot more low key than we have seen. Saw Holmenkollen - the huge cradle used for Olympic ski jumping in 1952. Back through the city centre to Oslo Cathedral, then to the National Ballet and Opera Centre - a huge amazing big white building on the edge of the water, made of white marble!! The people here love their boating, loads of boats around all the waterways. Very expensive city, I think the most expensive in Europe, $1.50 for a twinkle so you wouldn't want to have a bladder problem! But there's always Macdonalds!