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Norway and fjords questions..

Hi, I'm interested in visiting Norway for a short visit - 4-5 days maximum. My main objective for visiting Norway is to go for a ride on one of the fjords.

So far, I'm thinking of flying into Oslo and taking the train to Bergen straight away. From what I've read, there's a company known as HSD (abbreviated) that offers day-cruises on the Hardangerfjord. Does that sound about right? I haven't found out the price for a day-cruise yet, so if anyone knows the approximate cost, that would be a big help.

I'd probably stay in Bergen for another day, before returning to Oslo for 2 days, before flying out. Thanks for any input. Greg

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