The Anonymous Widower

Getting Euros In The City Of London On Sunday

I’m going on a cruise tomorrow and thought I’d get some euros, as we’re calling at Corunna, Casablanca, Cadiz, Gibraltar and Lisbon.

I did try yesterday to get s0me at the Angel yesterday, but banks don’t seem to keep them. So I took a bus this morning to Bishopsgate to this  Euro Cashpoint  under Tower42.

NatWest's Euro Cashpoint On Bishopsgate

NatWest’s Euro Cashpoint On Bishopsgate

It was a lot less painless than going into and collecting some, as I’m rather allergic to queues.

I’m not sure how much the euros cost yet! But I only needed a few, and I suspect the boat might be a lot more expensive.

March 17, 2013 - Posted by | Finance, Transport | ,

4 Comments »

  1. The Post Office is often the cheapest and easiest way to get Euros.

    Comment by John Wright | March 17, 2013 | Reply

    • The Post Offices round here usually have very long queues and anyway, they’re not open on Sunday. As it was I got a bus from the end of the road direct to Tower 42.

      Comment by AnonW | March 17, 2013 | Reply

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