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First timers to Europe for honeymoon. Any transportation advice?

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This will be my fiance and I's first trip to Europe. We are flying to Oslo, Norway first. We will be staying with a good buddy that lives there, so we don't need to worry about hotel cost. We'd like to make our way to Amsterdam in the Netherlands after Norway. This is where i am getting a little confused. If i have done my research correctly, a flight from Oslo to Amsterdam would be about 100 Euros, rather then taking the trains, which would have us stop at a few cities and cost about the same $.
Any advice for the cheapest / quickest way to get to Amsterdam?
From Amsterdam, we will travel to Munich, Germany.
Then from Germany, off to Florence, Italy. Then Rome, Italy.

Any advice on hotels or hostels to stay at on this trip?
Any advice in general?
Information is much appreciated, since we are newbies to all this. :)

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