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how to get euros?

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Can a person get euros using an ATM in an airport in the States before we go? I'm a little uncomfortable about getting off the plane in Nice and finding/using an ATM there.
Is using ATM better than going to the currency exchange booth at the airport? (I assume it is.)
In short, for people who don't travel much, and who, in fact, almost never use ATM, what's the best way to get euros-- preferably before we go?
(I called my bank, and they have to have them fed-exed to the bank, and they might not get here before we leave in 2 days.)
Thank you.

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