|Subject: Re: Euro vs Dollar|
Hi Candice and Janet...Ziners,
My wife and I always take a few hundred dollars in US currency
It's convertible anytime you need cash, and there's usually
booth at airports and rail stations, as well as other places.
Sure you can
exchange in the USA for a foreign currency and it won't cost
different than one of the foreign exchange booths overseas,
the fact that
we may pass through and visit several different currency areas
for us against trying to have local currencies on hand at arrival.
really do't want ot have to buy a couple hundred dollars of
kroner and Estonian Kroon. In fact, we don't want that much
cash on us at all.
We have never failed to find an ATM that accepted our cards on arrival at any airport or train station, and our several hundred dollars backup has always come back home with us. DAVE HATUNEN, Tucson Arizona, out where the cacti grow