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Money problem in Norway

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For our trip to Norway we are staying in three b&b and they want their money in cash.
Which one is more to my advantage and less advantageous for the greedy banks?
Taking American$ and change at the banks or using ATM machines?
I absolutely hate to spend my money on fees and would like to avoid them as much as possible.
It seems like Sovereign bank charges a lot to withdraw money, I don't remember how much it was but I was shocked last time I used it.

Thank you.

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