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Special to The TimesTravelers contemplating a trip abroad probably know the bad news about the weakness of the U.S. dollar against many foreign currencies. The British pound, for which Americans paid $1.40 in 2002, now costs about $1.85, and the euro, which was even with the...
Times Staff WriterWITH the dollar slipping and sliding against the euro and lingering economic malaise, travelers have one eye on their guidebooks, the other on their pocketbooks. As someone who has stashed take-out food in the hotel mini-bar, I can say there are painless...
of the Sentinel StaffPat Booth, a Winter Springs, Fla., travel agent and seasoned traveler, has seen it often: A flustered American tourist in Europe unfolds a fistful of strange bills and lets a cabdriver dig in and take what's owed. Lucky cabby! More often than not,...
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