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Taking a cruise with a week's stay in Copenhagen prior to the cruise and a trip through the fjords of Norway after. Am prepaying cruise, hotels, metro/museum cards, and trains, etc prior to the trip. So I know roughly how many euro, swedish , norwegian, danish and russian rubles I need as it is mainly for drinks, snacks, etc. Since it does not come to more than $500 am I better off keeping things simple and carrying cash or open an account and get a debit card?

If dollars, what is the best denomination to bring-$20's or $100 bills? I also always bring $1 and $5 for tips, emergencies, etc. Thanks.

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