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Airport ATMs

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Has an era come to an end? For ages here many of us have been telling each other that the best way to get your cash on arrival in Europe is to use an ATM in the airport. But it sounds like those days may be coming to an end. I haven't gone to Europe for a year and a half now, but I will say that on arrival in Venice in 2013, I had a hard time locating an actual working "bank" ATM, while I did see what looked like ATMs that were clearly operated by Money Exchange agencies.

So is this report true?

http://tinyurl.com/ptl7q6k

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