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The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"oslo opera house" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Excellent. Our guest again has been Susan, menosky, and Susan, if we send people over to Brooklyn tropically dot com to your best post on Oaxaca, where are we going to send them? Well, I have a lot. I recently labored over one that I'm really proud of that I think is especially helpful. It's called one week Oaxaca trip, mezcal, food, and culture, itinerary in Oaxaca. And it's a really specific itinerary day by day. I think it's actually 8 days from start to finish, meals, transportation, what you should do each day, all of these things that we talked about. So I think that's a great place to start to kind of figure out how to put it all together. Excellent. Well, Susan, thank you so much for coming on amateur traveler and for sharing with us your love for Oaxaca. It's been my pleasure. Thanks so much for having me. In news of the community, first of thanks to all the patrons of the show who support it through Patreon. You can go to Patreon dot com slash amateur traveler. And I heard a while back from Maryland about the episode we did with Oslo with Jason, said I was a little surprised about a few things he left out that is a history lover, especially I think you would appreciate. The arc of a castle fortress with a long history walking distance from downtown, the Norwegian pavilion at Epcot Orlando is a replica of it interesting. The World War II Norwegian resistance museum is there. There are several places related to the Nobel Peace Prize worth visiting, including the Nobel peace museum. City hall and grand hotel. As for fun, the Oslo opera house is a wonderful and popular place to crawl all over and the view from the roof is fantastic. Thanks so much, Marilyn. Then I also heard from Susan, who wrote and said hello, Chris, I've been listening to the amateur traveler podcast for many years, but this is the first time I've made the effort to get in touch. I just wanted to let you know that I'm continuing to enjoy every episode, whether it's about somewhere I've already been an area I plan on visiting or a destination that I will probably never go to. I live in northern England and prior to lockdown, I listened to the podcast on my daily walk to the office, but since that routine is a thing of the past, you're now in my ears while I'm strolling down by the river tees or in the beautiful Woods and Meadows near my home. My husband and I love traveling and usually visit the U.S. twice a year, so find the podcast
WORT 89.9 FM
"oslo opera house" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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