Disney Cruise Line Blog Podcast – Episode 5: Norwegian Ports of Call – Oslo, Kristiansand and Stavanger

On this week’s podcast we catch up on what ended up being a good deal of news from the past week and discuss a few of the Norwegian ports of call we visited last summer, Oslo, Kristiansand and Stavanger.

Show Notes

News Roundup

Norwegian Ports Links

  • Trip Report Day 4 – Stavanger, Norway

    Sword In The Rocks Plaque Stavanger Norway

    Sword In The Rocks (Sverd i fjell) Plaque

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7 thoughts on “Disney Cruise Line Blog Podcast – Episode 5: Norwegian Ports of Call – Oslo, Kristiansand and Stavanger

  1. Ken Cowen

    Nice Podcast, your best yet for sound quality. Interesting to hear another perspective on trips and trip planning. Do you take beer and wine onto the ship ?, I have to admit we do, usually local stuff from the ports of call, then we have a couple of ‘nights in’ during the cruise to cut down on the on board costs, It would be nice to hear your thoughts on that.

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  2. Chris Yansick

    Thanks for your reports on the Northern European ports, reading your blog helped me to decide to do the July 13th Magic Sailing that goes from Copenhagen to Dover this year. The only thing I saw that looks remotely interesting is a ‘train’ city tour. Did you guys see that at all while you were in port? If so, any reason you decided not to do it?

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  3. Chris

    Appreciate the podcast as always. Look forward to hearing more. Interested in hearing you thoughts on how you felt about Alaska on the Wonder?

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