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You Can Score A Round-Trip Flight To Norway For As Low As $324 This Winter

Shutterstock Dollar Flight Club’s March 11 Deals To Norway Could Save You Over $500 By Cianna Garrison March 11, 2020 It’s never too early to start planning your next fall or winter trip. If you’ve been waiting for the chance to experience an idyllic winter setting on your next vacation, Dollar flight Club’s March 11 deals to Norway are here to make it so easy. You can plan a bucket list trip without spending a ton of cash, thanks to prices that can save you up to $526. If Norway…

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This Human And Dog Love Hiking Together In The Norwegian Wilderness, And Their Pics Are Absolutely Epic

Most of us will agree – dogs are awesome. They are loyal, merriment and caring. And that’s exactly what Troja, an Irish Setter with a fervour for treats and escapades, is. 4 years ago George from Norway, the owner of Troja, started taking videos during hikes utilizing his telephone. “At firstly, it was mostly macro photos of flowers, insects and so on, ” George told Bored Panda . “Troja was always with me on the hikes, but I never had the idea of taking photos of her until people I…

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This Human And Dog Love Hiking Together In The Norwegian Wilderness, And Their Pics Are Absolutely Epic

Most of us will agree – hounds are awesome. They are loyal, merriment and loving. And that’s exactly what Troja, an Irish Setter with a ardour for treats and adventures, is. 4 years ago George from Norway, the owner of Troja, started taking scenes during hikes use his telephone. “At first, it was mostly macro photographs of flowers, insects and so on, ” George told Bored Panda . “Troja was always with me on the hikes, but I never had the concepts of taking photographs of her until people I…

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Bergen, where Jo Nesbs Snowman carried out his grisly work, refashions its image

Bergen is dead set on ensuring its fame isnt merely for fictional noir slaughters by running huge sums into raising its global artistic profile, writes Vanessa Thorpe Bergen, with its safeguarded historic waterfront and romantic, low-hanging mountain mists, is quite used to being packaged for foreign consumption. Long sold as” the gateway to the Norwegian fjords”, the Viking port is an established stop-off for Nordic cruises and, since the recent international literary boom in Norwegian novelist Jo Nesbo. And Bergen’s streets, with their processions of hooded quilted coats, zipped against…

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