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Hello, folks. My wife and I are in our 70's and can't exert ourselves too much. We'll be visiting Ireland from the USA in September and I thought of flying to Norway as a side trip. Most of the postings talk of the NIN combo, that is Oslo, train to Bergen and then a cruise in the fjords. That would be too much for us on this trip. My question is, is Oslo alone for 2 or 3 days worth the expense of flying there from Ireland, or would it be more adviseable to wait another year and do the NIN tour?
Thank you, Paul H

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