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What to do with leftover foreign money?

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I realize that this sounds like a dumb question, but what do you do with the leftover English Pounds in your pocket when you next stop is Brussels? Leave Germany to Italy, then to France? If it's a few dollars, I wouldn't be concerned, but what if you have $50, $100 or $150 left over. Will the next country take it in exchange for their money? We plan to use Credit Cards most of the time, but want a little "walking around" change for tips, etc.

Richard

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