Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Slovenia and Croatia in January (Solo)
  2. 2 Trip Report Sampling Some of Sicily and Bits of Italy Beyond
  3. 3 Traveling to Ukraine with a travel guide
  4. 4 London flat feedback wanted - yes, I'm going slightly crazy!
  5. 5 The 2017-18 Ashes thread - up now on the Aussie forum.
  6. 6 My France Vacation
  7. 7 Itinerary for 4 days in Madrid
  8. 8 Czech Republic & Germany in Eleven Days
  9. 9 Rome, Tuscany & Umbria
  10. 10 Malaga Christmas lights
  11. 11 Pubs showing NFL football in London?
  12. 12 Your favorite London streets for strolling?
  13. 13 Planning a Poland itinerary
  14. 14 Poland--where else to go
  15. 15 The World's Greatest Churches
  16. 16 10 days in europe
  17. 17 Paris, Normandy & Amsterdam with College Graduate
  18. 18 "chunnel" to change it's offical name.
  19. 19 Trans Siberian Train
  20. 20 GTG Paris December 2017
  21. 21 Must See/Do/Eat in Vienna?
  22. 22 Trip Report 3 weeks driving the Netherlands
  23. 23 Lisbon neighborhoods
  24. 24 London - Paris - Amsterdam trip planning help
  25. 25 Germany, Switzerland and Paris with teens
View next 25 » Back to the top

currency

Jump to last reply

I have rail pass and hotels locked in. With the recent news about the EU, My question is : Should I buy Pound sterling now, here in the U.S.(only 100/200...(pocket money) or wait till I see an A T M in Holyhead, that's where the ferry lands ,from Dublin ? I'll be in Edinburgh for 3days, then Glasgow for another 3 days and like to carry a little cash.
I'm a big fan of Hop on Hop Off buses....I'm a senior and don't walk as well as I did a year ago With in mind, what to see and do in EDI and GLA that doesn't involve climbing too many hills or steps ?

Thank you for your help,

♪Michael G.♪

8 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement