Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Our Shrinking Dollars

Last year, we watched our dollars get smaller and smaller as the semester in Antwerp wore on. When we were first settling into the apartment, we paid $1.29 for one euro. By the time we left the Costa del Sol in May, a euro set us back $1.34. Little did we know, we should've held onto a bundle of euros for this summer.

One euro now costs $1.60, a new record.
Readers who followed our trip last summer to find out what it's like to travel with kids AND college students in one big happy bus will be able to find out, this summer, how to get the biggest bang for the travel buck.
At least we know where to get free chocolate and cheap eats in Antwerp!

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