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Comment from: Katharine Dyson [Visitor] Email
Yep. Once you get to Europe it's a whole different bag. In American, like you, I carry a ton of ones. In Europe, I carry a coin purse of euros. An American dollar or two used to be fine for bellhops, rest rooms etc, but not so much now with the weak dollar. Yep, it's a mess.
Not worth worrying about, though. Grab a Blue Moon and a slice of orange and think about putting instead.
2010-03-11 @ 12:57
Comment from: Damon Gochneaur [Visitor] Email
Never hurts to ask the conceirge.... That's what they are there for, and always make sure to tip the concierge or whoever's making your tee times and vacation plans....I always tip any service related transaction, and very rarely does someone refuse a tip is you're insistent... I always tip anyone, whatever job they are performing, for going above and beyond the normal call of duty, with my interest or well-being in mind.
2010-03-11 @ 19:42

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