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The Coastal Path in Stavanger – Norwegian Petroleum Museum

The Norwegian Petroleum Museum.  It doesn’t really capture the imagination, does it?  Does it?  A petroleum museum?  Well I suppose it looked quite interesting from the outside but it didn’t really sound that appealing for me, especially with two 12-year … Continue reading

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The Coastal Path in Norway – The Kon-Tiki Museum

I had been looking forward to the Kon-Tiki Museum.  And that’s putting it lightly. The Kon-Tiki Museum is all about a ridiculously unaccomplishable journey.  I love ridiculously unaccomplishable projects.  We are, after all, walking the entire coast of Britain whilst … Continue reading

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The Coastal Path in Norway – The Fram Museum

You may be able to tell from the outside that this building was specifically built for one purpose and one purpose only – to house a ship. Well OK, either a ship or a really large tent.  The Norwegians, however, … Continue reading

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The Coastal Path in Amsterdam – Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum

I know when you go to a museum you are supposed to stand in awe at exhibits that are centuries-old, or give yourself an interactive education in one subject or another, emerging from your experience bristling with new knowledge.  What really … Continue reading

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