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Dynamic currency conversion in France

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I've been to Paris 3 times in the last 5 years (and twice before that) and had never run across it there until our trip two weeks ago. La Maison Ivre, a shop I've been to several times that sells pottery, etc, charged us in U.S. dollars. My husband paid for the transaction, and unfortunately, we didn't notice until I looked at the receipt back at the hotel. Not sure if we've just been lucky in the past, but in case this is becoming more common in Paris, be on the lookout!

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