Hello STAVANGER! - Sunny NORWAY (But Watch Those TROLLS) Onboard P&O Britannia
We reach Stavanger, ‘Hei Stavanger’ ?? Our first port in Norway on our Norwegian Fjord Cruise. We’re sailing on P&O Britannia for a 7-night cruise from Southhampton. The ship docks alongside the pretty Stavanger Old Town and it’s a very short walk to the centre of the city. We visit on a sunny Sunday and take a walk around the town as we didn’t have any excursions booked. The Norwegian weather was actually better than forecast. Stavanger is very easy to walk around.
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