Aside from using my credit card when possible, what is the cheapest way to convert my US dollars to euros so I can have cash on hand. A couple of my hotels advertise that the rpice is cheaper if we pay in euros, but with the service fee to convert, would it really be cheaper? We are leaving for Italy next week.
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